Is this school (Ben) the only school supporting this?


No, the entire Baltimore City Public School system along with others like the Howard County schools,  are in contracts with the incinerator. To be clear, the School Systems are a part of something called the BRCPC which makes purchasing decisions for/with groups like the schools. The schools on their own did not go out and approach the incinerator to buy energy. We mention this for 2 reasons, one it gives us confidence that the schools and other institutions are n but also it tells us that decisions like this one are not as transparent or accountable as we believe they should be.

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  • Yeje Fol
    I appreciate this excellent initiative taken. This can be very useful in the future.
  • Benson Gitau
    I am great to know how the Baltimore City Public School System is in a crisis. I believe we would like to see more changes. Can someone help me get a more detailed information on what needs to be done or what other cities do when they are in such a crisis. Any link
  • Monica Lee
    May you tell here more about Baltimore City Public School system because I am thinking to open a school for that I am looking some school systems that which are best systems in school. Now I have got here I know this is prove too helpful to me in m education or academic needs.
  • Jose Dennard
    In other words, Baltimore City Public School system is in contract with , which is a service for making purchasing decisions depending on a subject matter. That public school doesn’t deal with that service explicitly, it offers students to get some help with papers if they can’t do it themselves.