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Wrap-up of news stories taken from the day's local headlines.

Who's at fault when students fail? ; Health Commissioner discusses Latrobe Homes COVID concerns


BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — A mother is accusing a Baltimore City high school school of failing her son. 

According to FOX 45 News, the 17-year-old student attended Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Design for four years where he passed three classes and earned a grade point average of 0.13. 

In the news report, the mother alleges the school never told her that her son was failing until recently, when he was placed back in ninth grade.
Click below to listen to the conversation. 

Dr. Kaye also holds a conversation with Dr. Farin Kamanger who addresses vaccine hesitancy. 

Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa joins Dr. Kaye to discuss elevated levels of COVID-19 detected in wastewater at Latrobe Homes. 

Today With Dr. Kaye: 3-2-2021-Hour 2

ALSO READ:   Latrobe Homes residents urged to get COVID-19 test after traces of virus found in wastewater

Karsonya (Kaye) Wise Whitehead is an associate professor of Communication and African and African American Studies at Loyola University Maryland and the award-winning author of Notes from a Colored Girl: The Civil War Pocket Diaries of Emilie Frances Davis; a featured Public Commentator for WYPR and Op-Ed columnist for the Baltimore Sun; a K-12 master teacher in African American History; an award-winning curriculum writer and lesson plan developer; an award-winning former Baltimore City middle school teacher; and, a three-time New York Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker.