Juantia Miller was appointed to the Prince George’s school board in January 2021 by County Executive Angela Alsobrooks.
Millard House II said all high school and middle school students will be required to wear clear backpacks.
Although Senate confirmation must happen, new state Board of Education members are a “recess” appointment to begin terms in July.
Moore chalks up victories even though legislature has scaled back some of his proposals.
In an emailed letter to school community, Goldson notes “there is a clear divide of philosophical beliefs” on the school board.
It is extremely important that our county prioritize the qualifications of our Board of Education chair, the author writes.
Juanita Miller testifies on last day of hearing before Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings.
Goldson testifies school board approves contracts for permanent legal services, claim disputed at hearing.
Besides Miller, a few other school leaders may testify on her behalf this week.
Prince George’s, the state’s second-largest school system, is the only one of 16 systems which have opened that requires masks inside school buildings and on school buses.