Baltimore, MD Education


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Education in Baltimore, MD is highly rated and has an array of local educational opportunities. The schools in the area boast some of the highest ratings in the state and provide students with a range of options to further their education. Many of these schools are enriched with highly trained teachers, a diverse student population, and comprehensive educational services such as career counseling, after-school activities, and college readiness programs. With strong commitments to high academic standards and an array of resources available for both students and parents, Baltimore provides a robust educational environment that supports success.

Baltimore schools spend $16,838 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 16 pupils per teacher, 984 students per librarian, and 683 children per counselor.

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Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn , Detroit and the list goes on were all very bad 20 years ago . If you have a chance to visit them now . You'll wish you had moved in to those  More

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Came to Balt a less, ended up balting a more. In all seriousness, its an okay  More

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I've lived in Baltimore, MD all of my life. I remember when Jobs were plentiful, food was to die for, the city was very diverse. After the 80's and drugs entered the  More

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