We use our performance management system, LivingClassrooms. STAT to continually monitor, measure, and evaluate the quality and efficacy of our programs and services based on a predetermined set of goals.
77,000 grab-and-go meals distributed to those in need between March-December 2020
661 potentially dangerous conflicts were mediated by our two Safe Streets teams last year
496 adults were served through our workforce development training programs in 2020
15,000 Health & Wellness Activity Boxes were distributed to students last year filled with hands-on physical fitness and social-emotional wellness lessons
12,000 S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Math) Activity Boxes were created by our education team and distributed to students in Baltimore and Washington to prevent learning loss during the COVID-19 pandemic.
2,820 students learned about environmental education via our Masonville Cove and Kingman Island virtual education programs
123,000: The number of times our team either taught, tutored, counseled, or mentored youth in person or virtually last year
-14.3%: The reduction in the number of shootings at McElderry Park and Belair Edison Safe Street sites compared to the previous year (2019)
166 adults utilized our employment assistance services and/or wrap-around case management support in 2020
112: The number of organizations Living Classrooms has partnered with over the past five years
105,369 children, youth, and adults visited Kingman and Heritage Islands in 2020 (a 48.9% increase over 2019)
96% of survey respondents cited they would recommend other parents to enroll their children in our remote learning programs
2,686 youth and adult volunteers engaged with Living Classrooms in-person or virtually in 2020
85% of funding goes directly to programming.
10% average recidivism rate among Living Classrooms’ Workforce Development programs serving ex-offenders–compared to Baltimore City’s rate of 52%