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Education, not eviction: Family stability program assists Highlandtown students, families

When Marta first met Margie Hatch, the family stability case manager at Highlandtown Elementary/Middle School #237, her children’s father had – unbeknownst to Marta – stopped paying the rent for the family’s apartment. “Unless she could get $4,600 together,” Hatch recalled, “she and her three kids would be evicted and need to move to a … Continue reading Education, not eviction: Family stability program assists Highlandtown students, families

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“Viva Baltimore!” Event Sparks Home Buying Interest

On May 14, 2016, Southeast CDC held Viva Baltimore! The event was held at Highlandtown Elementary Middle School #215 on Pratt Street from 10 AM to 2 PM.  This is the second time Southeast CDC worked to put together an event to promote homeownership entirely in Spanish.  More than 40 people attended.  One family came … Continue reading “Viva Baltimore!” Event Sparks Home Buying Interest

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New SE Education Task Force Looks to Reduce Overcrowding, Support Immigrants in Southeast Schools

The Southeast Community Development Corporation (SECDC) recently convened an education task force to study district-wide elementary/middle school overcrowding and develop a set of recommendations to present to the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners (BCPSS) in October of 2016. The task force, which was formed in April, is specifically looking at ways to reduce chronic … Continue reading New SE Education Task Force Looks to Reduce Overcrowding, Support Immigrants in Southeast Schools

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