(BALTIMORE – April 6, 2020) — Today, Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools), launched its distance-based learning curriculum. Details are located on the district’s Distance Learning webpage https://www.
Students and families have access to learning experiences in the following ways:
City Schools has partnered with Knowledge on the Go to provide video lessons from Great Minds, a public benefit corporation providing high quality curricula to schools and districts nationwide. Lessons are taught by teacher-writers on Eureka Math (Grades K–12) and Wit & Wisdom (Grades K–8). Arranged by grade and module, the lessons allow teachers and students to continue their learning through consistent, coherent curricula. Additional resources for Eureka Math are available as well. Great Minds is uploading 25 lessons across the three subjects every day. In addition to City Schools TV and CharmTV, the lessons are available at greatminds.org/knowledgeonthego.
For help with homework and class assignments and questions about online learning, families may call City Schools’ Homework and Technology Help Desk at 443-984-2001 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
About City Schools:
Serving 80,000 students, Baltimore City Public Schools is committed to providing a world-class education through the Blueprint for Success which addresses the critical areas of student wholeness, literacy, and staff leadership. The goal of City Schools is to create learning communities where our students will learn, grow and graduate from our high schools college and career ready, and equipped to succeed wherever their life may take them.