Anne Arundel teachers take control at public budget hearing

Nearly 100 Anne Arundel County teachers skipped dinner, called out from second and third jobs, and took a break from grading papers to ask the Board of Education for more money at its first public budget hearing of the new year. The hearing, the first of two this week, was held at Old Mill High School, which has been on the district’s construction to-do list for more than a decade. Superintendent George Arlotto has requested $10 million to design a new high school, as part of his $172 million recommended capital improvement budget. (Capital)

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