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#64 Access to Hardware in Schools Education

Baltimore City Public Schools lack the resources to provide equitable access to computers and laptops in schools. There are also infrastructure issues in public schools, including lack of air conditioning.

#65 Equal Pay Workforce Development

The wage gap in Baltimore is inhumane. Economic inequality connected to redlining and racist historical policies contributes to poor outcomes for city residents and a significant racial wealth gap. However, there is also opportunity for economic growth in Baltimore in the near future (https://www.huffpost.com/entry/baltimore-could-be-a-model-for-racial-and-economic_b_593ff5f0e4b014ae8c69e408).

#66 Baltimore Policing Data Public Safety

The Baltimore City Police Department is struggling with high turnover, corrupt units, public distrust, and inadequate staffing (see https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/bs-md-yir-baltimore-police-1231-story.html, https://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/police-department-staffing-is-under-capacity-in-baltimore-city).

#67 Information Sharing Education

There is a lack of communication and information sharing between local Government agencies in Baltimore.

#68 Bulk Trash Pickup Public Safety

The current bulk trash pickup system in Baltimore is disorganized.

#69 Online Home Buying Courses Housing

Due to poverty in Baltimore City, particularly in predominantly Black neighborhoods, there are rows of vacant houses that have been abandoned or destroyed from years of neglect.