PG County Ready for BOE applications.

Apr 20, 2013 03:45 PM EDTFINAL_IMG_3170-Edit-B-497x640

The Washington PostPublished: April 20

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III (D) and the County Council are accepting applications for four new appointed positions on the Board of Education, county officials announced Saturday.

State lawmakers expanded the nine-member elected school board under a compromise bill that also allows Baker to hire the county’s next schools chief. Read more ~~~> school board positions

70% of the voters interviewed in PG County approve the job the County Executive Baker and other elected officials in Annapolis are doing. Let us support him and the county council to help select the right candidates,  the right next BOE Chair and the vice Chair person respectfully to help make proper changes.  Any choices excluding Verjeana Jacobs (her husband David is the package) as a leader in PGCPS is a greater advantage for our children. Kudos to the Maryland General assembly and Governor O’Malley!

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  1. I pray that the County Executive selects leaders who truly have a passion and commitment to improve PGCPS rather than persons who will be puppets at his bidding. It’s time to do what’s best for children.

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  2. I pray that Alvin Crawley is not part of the equation. He is an insider who will continue to pander to the same old political bosses who have ruined our fine school system. The County Executive needs to bring in someone from the outside who has the courage to change Saccer and the administration of PG schools. Many of the Principals and regional supervisors need to be fired and many others sitting in plum positions doing very little to justify their salaries. We need an outside audit!!!!!

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