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Educators, advocates express concerns to Moore transition leaders about recently adopted Blueprint plan

December 15, 2022
Fifth graders in their classroom at school

Liz Zogby of Baltimore City said the recently adopted Blueprint for Maryland’s Future education plan doesn’t include support for children with intellectual and cognitive disabilities. Her 12-year-old child has Down Syndrome. As a co-lead with the Maryland Down Syndrome Advocacy Coalition, Zogby recommends the education transition team for Gov.-elect Wes Moore (D) and Lt. Gov.-elect Aruna Miller (D) produce a policy requiring that general and special education teachers learn “to be able to educate all students.”

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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