Henderson-Hopkins school divides East Baltimore community

Monday, June 24, 2013

The residents and redevelopers of East Baltimore agree that the $42 million school taking shape on 7 acres along Ashland Avenue symbolizes hope for the community.

But they disagree about which children should be able to attend the much-heralded new school.

The long-planned Elmer A. Henderson School, to be operated by Johns Hopkins and Morgan State universities, was designed to be a neighborhood anchor and a magnet for new residents.

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