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Prince George’s school board moves forward with plan to consolidate its alternative schools

February 28, 2022

Current and former students, staff and community members had pleaded with school board members to keep the alternative schools open in their current The Prince George’s County school board approved a plan to consolidate its five alternative schools into three campuses over pleas from community members to keep all the schools open. As part of a budget proposal, public schools CEO Monica Goldson pitched the redesign plan for the alternative schools, which serve students who struggled in traditional school settings, as a way to bolster students’ academic performance by combining resources.

Article Source: Washington Post

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