Executive Director Beth Harbinson shares the connection between education and poverty through experiences she’s witnessed first hand. CSFB’s 97 percent high school graduation rate reinforces the fact that school choice helps to break the cycle and provides education for children that parents believe will be most effective. In an article, America’s Poverty-Education Link, from The Huffington Post, contributor Howard Steven Friedman, a statistician and health economist for the United Nations and teacher at Columbia University writes: “Poverty and education are inextricably linked where education is a primary means of social mobility, enabling those born into poverty to rise in society. […]
Here are some updates on how we are supporting our students during the coronavirus crisis.
Understanding the difficult situations COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic may cause to CSFB families, Executive Director Beth Harbinson shares some thoughts that may help you through this hardship.
Executive Director Beth Harbinson celebrates this important milestone and shares how important donors are to CSFB, especially the Fund the Future donors, and the CSFB students and families who benefit from school choice in Baltimore.
Playtime is an important activity for kids and is essential for their development and learning. As adults, we often forget that children are natural players and don’t pay enough attention to this important activity. Breaks from school are particularly important, and parents often worry that kids will experience an academic ‘slide’ during the summer and holiday seasons. But there are benefits to being around family and participating in activities outside of school.