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Elected officials and the public must do their school homework in the New Year

January 12, 2024
Captured in a metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia primary school, this photograph depicts a typical classroom scene, where an audience of school children were seated on the floor before a teacher at the front of the room, who was reading an illustrated storybook, during one of the scheduled classroom sessions. Assisting the instructor were two female students to her left, and a male student on her right, who was holding up the book, while the seated classmates were raising their hands to answer questions related to the story just read.

For the New Year, the first wish must be for peace for all people in all nations. Here at home, my top political wish is for a much better education for our schoolchildren. That’s no surprise to readers of my columns, but here is what may be a shocker: Not only do our schoolchildren need to be better educated: so do the adults, including elected officials and the public, who have the power to make or break the success of the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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