It’s not easy to get several people together in person these days, but it happened Friday in Linthicum Heights, where two of Maryland’s major education oversight bodies held a joint meeting to discuss the state’s $3.8 billion Blueprint plan. Members of the Maryland State Board of Education and Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Accountability and Implementation Board came together to align their visions on the comprehensive education reform plan adopted last week. It’s unknown if a similar joint session will happen in the future, but all the participants Friday agreed on one key focus: collaboration. “We’re all in to make this thing work,” said Clarence Crawford, who chairs the state Board of Education.
Maryland’s top education leaders meet up to talk Blueprint
December 19, 2022