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Dr. Walter G. Amprey (Courtesy Photo)
Headline: Dr. Walter G. Amprey, Former Baltimore Schools Superintendent Dies at 69
Originally published April 23, 2014

Dr. Walter G. Amprey, whose extraordinary career as an educator spanned more than four decades, and who was Superintendent of Public Instruction for Baltimore City Public Schools for six years, died yesterday. He was 69.more More Arrow
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Michael Mayfield with Dara Calhoun, school psychologist and co-coordinator of Edmondson-Westside’s peer mediation program.
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17-year-old Michael Mayfield
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Roxbury Correctional Institution (RCI) in Hagerstown, Md.
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Former senator and current WOLB Radio One Talk show host, Larry Young.
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The Avenue Bakery.
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MSU School of Architecture and Planning adjunct professor, Stan Britt, and students Thuy Do, and Zoia Jenkins.
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Crystal Richardson questions the wisdom of raising the minimum wage to only $10.10 and of the delay in full implementation until 2018.
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Baltimore State Center Project.
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