School issues might not be top of mind for many people during the summer months, but it’s actually a critical time when it comes to providing feedback about how Baltimore County Public Schools should deal with its high-school overcrowding problems.
And one of the trickiest problems to solve is how to handle the huge overcrowding at Towson High, which sits on the smallest plot of land of any high school in the county. The students who are currently in Towson-area elementary and middle schools will likely be the most affected by whatever solution BCPS chooses.
BCPS hired Sage Policy Group to come up with a plan to relieve overcrowding in high schools, and the firm has been holding focus groups to hear from community members. Additionally, there will be three public-input sessions this month:
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