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(photo by Matt Roth).Friday, May 14, 2010..Baltimore Freedom Academy eighth-grader Tremayne Jones, left, asks Spanish teacher Garreth Haye, middle, about the rocks they are both holding, during the third pulled fire alarm of the week, Friday, May 14, 2010. .The building housing the Baltimore Freedom Academy, a grade 6-12 Baltimore public charter school focusing in social justice, was built in 1960. Fifty years later, the school is in disrepair. Old pipes make water from the fountains undrinkable. Asbestos makes repairing/replacing the pipes a hazard. The school has no air conditioning which makes the year-round school unbearable in the summer. The most derelict area is the boys locker room, where students are not allowed.

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(photo by Matt Roth).Friday, May 14, 2010..Baltimore Freedom Academy eighth-grader Tremayne Jones, left, asks Spanish teacher Garreth Haye, middle, about the rocks they are both holding, during the third pulled fire alarm of the week, Friday, May 14, 2010. .The building housing the Baltimore Freedom Academy, a grade 6-12 Baltimore public charter school focusing in social justice, was built in 1960. Fifty years later, the school is in disrepair. Old pipes make water from the fountains undrinkable. Asbestos makes repairing/replacing the pipes a hazard. The school has no air conditioning which makes the year-round school unbearable in the summer. The most derelict area is the boys locker room, where students are not allowed.