Students learn best—and achieve their fullest potential—when their school facilities provide areas for learning that support innovative, high-quality instruction.
Quality education happens in facilities that support use of current technology and ensure safety and security. It also means providing a healthy environment for learning with good air quality, lighting, heating and ventilation, and water that is safe to drink. By making sure there is thoughtful integration within neighborhoods, schools can provide resources and support for students and the community that extend beyond the school day.
That’s why the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners is making it a priority to provide high-quality, modernized school facilities that give students and staff the best possible spaces for learning.