Baltimore County seeks consultant for 10-year capital school plan

Baltimore County is on the hunt for a consultant to create a 10-year plan to develop and upgrade the county's public schools. Count Executive John Olszewski Jr. said Monday the county will hire an adviser to develop a High School Master Plan by September 2020 to prioritize capital needs for the system, the third largest in Maryland with 113,814 students and 18,202 employees. A second plan for the county's remaining schools, programs and centers will be released by the consultant in May 2021. (Balt. Bus. Journal)

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