Face it, Markell is getting his way with Priority Schools even though the MOU’s might be slightly water-down. Markell will be long gone when we’ll know if the plan was a success. But Markell still gets the feather for his cap for getting tough on failing schools and taking on the union. That’s what it’s all about, feeding Markell’s ego and padding his resume.
So what will 2015 bring on the education front?
Will we see passage of legislation requiring and school districts, votech districts and charter schools to record their board meetings?
What about school vouchers? Will we see any legislation laying the groundwork?
Which legislator will be selected as new chair of the House Education Committee?
FOIA compliments of Rep Kowalko