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Miscommunication causes delay in process to approve local Blueprint education reform plans

May 15, 2023
Children in a Classroom. In the back of a classroom, are children about 11 years old with a female teacher talking about the subject - If Someone in Your Family Has Cancer. Photographer Michael Anderson

Approval of local plans for reforming Maryland’s public schools will be delayed until July because state education officials are taking additional time to assess them. The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Accountability and Implementation Board (AIB), which met in person Thursday for the first time since December, could’ve begun approving some plans this month.


Article Source: Maryland Matters

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