Saturday, September 25, 2021

Our physical address has changed

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We are extremely pleased to announce that as of today, our offices have moved from Baltimore’s Mt Vernon area to Harbor East.


The USS Constitution docks in Baltimore’s harbor. The National Aquarium and the Legg Mason Building are in the background. Our new offices are in Legg Mason. (Alan Levine / Flickr Creative Commons)

That makes our mailing address

Voxitatis Research Foundation
100 International Drive, Suite 2300
Baltimore, MD 21202

Our telephone number and main email addresses have not changed, and it will take a little while for me to print new stationery.

Our office is part of a growing trend of “virtual” office space, which we can use as needed. It’s cheaper and comes with utilities pre-installed, so I don’t have to arrange to get a new phone number. And trust me, the views from the board room surrounded by glass and the business lounge overlooking the harbor are stunning.

Virtual office space is good enough for Google, which has arrangements like ours in several locations across the country. The idea is designed for employees who are better served working at home or who do most of their work not sitting at a desk, like me.

As a side note, I had thought about renting office space in a public school, which would be superior to a newsroom environment. I spend so much time in schools that I thought such an arrangement, if it could be hammered out, would add a perspective of “being there” to our coverage. However, it’s my intention to write about the public schools (and some private schools, too), not to live with them.

Having an office outside of a school helps with the objectivity of our reporting, and that is more important than the small amount of “inside information” that might be gained by working in a school building.

Paul Katulahttps://news.schoolsdo.org
Paul Katula is the executive editor of the Voxitatis Research Foundation, which publishes this blog. For more information, see the About page.

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