Md. Governor, Superintendent Make Up

February 2008
Education Week;2/13/2008, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p5
The article discusses the end of the political feud between Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and state Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick. O'Malley had pursued a means of shortening Grasmick's term but has given up on the plan. The pair plan to focus their energy on several initiatives including a teacher survey, increasing career and technical education (CTE), and recruiting school principals.


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