This report examines how adults can earn a high school diploma in Baltimore City and what opportunities exist to improve outcomes for degree attainment.
This Abell Report examines recent efforts at reforming the juvenile justice systems in various states and finds key lessons for Maryland.
An examination of retail competition in the energy market in Maryland reveals that, overall, it is not benefitting residential consumers and is especially harmful to low-income households.
Two-year funding for continued support of the Baltimore City Education Reform Project, designed to maintain and secure equitable and adequate state and city education funding for all children in Maryland, with particular focus on disadvantaged children. The agenda calls for the reinstitution of the inflation factor in the budget, advocacy for full-day pre-K programs for poor children, interventions designed to increase attendance, and lower suspension rates.