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Shayla Adams-Stafford

An administrative judge concludes Miller did not conduct misconduct in office.

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.

Besides Miller, a few other school leaders may testify on her behalf this week.

The board couldn’t select a chair after seven attempts, so they’ll try again Jan. 12.

Former and current board members have accused board chair Juanita Miller of misconduct in office, and other infractions.

A judge scheduled a hearing for November to review allegations against Prince George’s County school board chair Juanita Miller.

An ethics report that implicated wrongdoing by a majority of the elected members of the Prince George’s County Board of Education last year misattributed…

A Prince George’s Board of Education member offers solutions to improve the board’s structure and make it more accountable to those it serves.

If state lawmakers embrace her request, Prince George’s would end its experiment with a “hybrid” board following year of personality clashes.