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Baltimore Curriculum Project, Loyola University Maryland, and Urbanite Magazine

The Baltimore Curriculum Project (BCP) manages a network of turnaround charter schools in East Baltimore. BCP utilizes research-based instructional methods, customized professional development, performance monitoring and other key supports to transform underperforming, high poverty schools into successful charter schools.

Urbanite is a free, four-color, monthly magazine about cities and city life as seen through the distinctive lens of Baltimore. Each issue revolves around a central theme and uses a range of perspectives, voices, and devices to illuminate aspects of urban living and connect the city to larger issues nationwide, and beyond.

Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education is the only one in Maryland with a dedicated focus on the advancement of achievement and development of city children and youth that is based on an analytical framework of identity, race, social capital, and culture. Its wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs promote leadership and scholarship in the development of teachers, counselors, administrators, and other professionals committed to bringing about social justice by improving education.

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