BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- A judge orders Baltimore City Public Schools to release information about student grading that should have open to the public.
The lawsuit was based on information project Baltimore was trying to obtain from city schools related to 'NACA Two' - a charter school in northeast Baltimore.
Project Baltimore was examining potential grade changing when it requested documentation at this school.
Page 39 of the court ruling states: The school knowingly and willfully failed to disclose public records.
Staff members we spoke to declined to comment.
The judge's ruling ordering city schools to pay the legal fees of more than $120,000 for withholding public documents related to an investigation into alleged grade changing.