Wright must also repair relationships with state lawmakers, members of the Accountability and Implementation board — a which oversees the Blueprint — and internal staff. Some former staff members accused Choudhury of creating a toxic workplace in the state education department. “I do believe that [the Blueprint] is a golden opportunity for the state, and I don’t take that lightly,” Wright said. She was joined Wednesday by Clarence Crawford and Josh Michael, president and vice president of the Maryland State Board of Education.
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