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  • Two programs show any student can succeed with sustained mentoring

    Two programs show any student can succeed with sustained mentoring
    High school graduation rates in Baltimore City have been steadily climbing since 2007, reaching a rate of approximately 70 percent in 2012. While this is lower than the overall state-wide rate, it compares favorably with other cities. That is good news. The not so good news is that only about 40 percent of those who graduate from Baltimore City schools are applying to two and four-year colleges, and of those who enter the ranks of college, only 11 percent are graduating. In today's highly skilled world, economic and professional opportunities, and personal satisfaction, are greatly reduced for those who do not make it to college and graduate.
  • Michelle Quinn: It's about the small stuff at the Kleiner trial

    I've been attending the Kleiner Perkins gender discrimination trial for the past week looking for irrefutable examples of gender discrimination, but so far I haven't seen the bombshell disclosures that would lead me to think Kleiner is sunk. And that's...

    An overcorrection on campus sexual assault policies?

    An overcorrection on campus sexual assault policies?
    Although colleges and universities are required by law to investigate and adjudicate sexual assault complaints by their students, they have shown to be woefully deficient in doing so. Currently, approximately 90 schools are under investigation by the U.S....

    Pre-booking diversion: an alternative to conviction and incarceration

    Pre-booking diversion: an alternative to conviction and incarceration
    In Baltimore City, approximately 20,000 people were arrested for drug-related offenses annually in 2012 and 2013; nearly three quarters for simple possession. And while there has been a great deal of discussion over the last few years regarding the...

    Outgoing city state's attorney to rejoin law firm

    Outgoing city state's attorney to rejoin law firm
    Outgoing Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein will rejoin a prominent national firm where he will resume his practice of white collar criminal defense and public corruption litigation. Bernstein, who was ousted by former prosecutor Marilyn J....