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Note from BEE:

This is our final post in the four-part series of student essays regarding the state of Baltimore City schools and how the 2018 statewide election can improve students’ educational experiences. Students at a Baltimore City elementary school realize the power the governor has over state funding. Below two fourth-grade students reach out to the candidates to ask the state for more funding. Our students realize the power the governor has over funding for our schools and are demanding a change. Please join us in person at the BEE Gubernatorial Candidate Forum on Education at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 30, where we hold candidates accountable to Baltimore City students, parents and teachers. Please RSVP on Facebook and sign up on EventBrite, so we know you’re coming!

     Aniyah Pulley is a fourth grade student at North Bend Elementary/Middle School. Aniyah wants to attend Towson University and become a teacher.

 

Aniyah Pulley is a fourth grade student at North Bend Elementary/Middle School. Aniyah wants to attend Towson University and become a teacher.

     Arden Harrell is a fourth grade student at North Bend Elementary/Middle School. Arden plans to work hard to get into one of the best colleges to become a pediatrician.

 

Arden Harrell is a fourth grade student at North Bend Elementary/Middle School. Arden plans to work hard to get into one of the best colleges to become a pediatrician.