BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Can learning physics and geometry be fun? The answer is yes if you’re a student at Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore City. A video game developer joined with students and professional soccer players to create an app that will soon be available on iTunes. Mary Bubala reports.
By: David Tyree Each year, football teams across the country at all levels take a focused two to four weeks known as training camp to give attention to the sport they love and lay a foundation for the identity and success of the team. In this time, individuals develop the
By Michelle HarperAcademic Coach, Family League of Baltimore Although the Douglass Ducks 2013 football season was well underway when the 1st & Goal initiative launched, the Ducks were quickly able to utilize the program’s resources. Immediate support from instructional staff at The Academics at Frederick Douglass high school in Baltimore, Maryland
Opened in 1883 as the Colored High and Training School, the Historic Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore, Maryland is the oldest, continuously operating high school for students of color in the United States. Its role in the history of Baltimore City, the State of Maryland and the nation, as