Skip to comments.Baltimore Catholic schools to get helping hand from respected businessmen
Posted on 07/28/2014 2:35:33 PM PDT by Welchie25
James B. Sellinger, a former vice president for IBMs North American operations, will serve as chancellor of education for the Archdiocese of Baltimores Department of Catholic Schools and Frank Bramble Sr., a member of the Board of Directors for Bank of America Corp., will serve as chairman of the archdiocesan school board, the archdiocese announced July 28.
In the newly created position, Sellinger will promote the enrollment and fiscal health of the archdioceses nearly 50 Catholic schools.
Bramble previously served as interim president of Calvert Hall College High School in Towson and as chairman of the Archdiocese of Baltimores Blue Ribbon Committee on Schools. He currently chairs the archdioceses current capital campaign.
Meanwhile, Dr. Barbara McGraw Edmondson will continue to serve as superintendent and executive director of Catholic schools for the archdiocese, a position she has held since 2011.
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Bad news. That was a disaster for the schools in the archdiocese. They closed several schools that were actually prospering. No one could figure out why they closed them.
Are they picking up Common Core?