Civil rights attorneys say they haven’t ruled out appealing a Maryland court’s ruling this month in a decades-old lawsuit over the state’s funding for Baltimore City schools. The original 1994 case known as Bradford v. Maryland State Board of Education has ricocheted through the legal system for years, resulting in a consent decree, a local governance overhaul and several attempted funding fixes by lawmakers.
Longtime Bradford case ruled against Baltimore City schools funding. Attorneys weigh next steps.
March 16, 2023