Baltimore Curriculum Project

Baltimore Curriculum Project
Baltimore Curriculum Project is listed in the Non Profit Organizations category in Baltimore, Maryland. Displayed below are the social networks for Baltimore Curriculum Project which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Baltimore Curriculum Project on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Baltimore Curriculum Project is:
711 W 40th St
Baltimore, MD 21211
(410) 235-0015

"Baltimore Curriculum Project" - Social Networks

Click to visit the social networks of Baltimore Curriculum Project:
Baltimore Curriculum Project has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that Baltimore Curriculum Project has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Baltimore, Maryland is 30 and in the category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore.

Do you own or manage this business? Click here to claim the Baltimore Curriculum Project listing and add social networks, logos, descriptions and more.

Baltimore Curriculum Project Contact Information:

Social Posts for Baltimore Curriculum Project

RT @OSIBaltimore: Learn more about plans for @BaltCitySchools to become a Restorative District over the next 5 years:…

RT @TeacherSwap: So many awesome items in our inventory! Get them now to be the most prepared teacher in school.

RT @mahoganyprice: When @KarenEWebber speaks.... You feel restored! And like Wonderwoman able to deliver Restorative Practices to 21stCentu…

In 2014 City Springs combined Restorative Practices & mindfulness with support from @OSIBaltimore @HLFINC

Thanks @KarenEWebber @OSIBaltimore for highlighting BCP's role in Restorative Practices in Balto. @Family_League†…

Eleven years later BCP is still going strong with Restorative Practices. CEO Sonja Santelises has committed to making Baltimore City Public Schools a Restorative Practices district. Thanks Open Society Institute-Baltimore, Goldsmith Family Foundation and International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) for making BCP's implementation of Restorative Practices possible. BCP has been proud to participate in this week's Restorative Practices Practitioners Conference at Family League of Baltimore.
Led by OSI–Baltimore, a group of private funders is launching a $1.5 million initiative to stem Baltimore's high number of school suspensions and to offer more effective options than forcing children from school.

Please support Govans Elementary School Teacher Adrienne Canull's fundraiser to provide a new learning carpet her Pre-K students. All donations will be matched dollar for dollar by PNC Grow Up Great.
My students need a new learning carpet for whole group, small group and play base learning opportunities. My students come to class from a neighborhood in Baltimore City that has been around much l...

The Baltimore Curriculum Project is proud to participate in the Restorative Practices Practitioners Conference at Family League of Baltimore with Open Society Institute-Baltimore, Baltimore City Public Schools, and International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP). BCP brought Restorative Practices to the BCP schools in 2006 with support from OSI-Baltimore and the Goldsmith Family Foundation, and training from IIRP. Read more:

Baltimore Curriculum Project added 3 new photos.
BCP's June Newsletter Features City Springs Elementary/Middle School, Govans Elementary School, Frederick Elementary School, Hampstead Hill Academy​, Wolfe Street Academy​, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield​, Exelon​, Latin Opinion Baltimore Newspaper​, LET'S GO Boys and Girls​, 21st CCLC Maryland State Department of Education, and The Children's Bookstore.

Baltimore Curriculum Project shared Inspire: Investing in Baltimore's Neighborhoods and Schools's photo.
Thank you Baltimore City Department of Transportation for supporting Frederick Elementary School!
Thank you to Baltimore City Department of Transportation for the all-hands-on-deck tour this morning of the primary student walking routes around Frederick Elementary School. Your work so far in repairing sidewalks, digging tree pits, and more will make travel to the school safer for children and their families. We can't wait to see the rest of the improvements! @BaltimorePlanning, 21st Century School Buildings Program