By Scott Broom
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. – A key figure in the scandal-rocked Prince George’s County School System is moving on.
Deputy Superintendent Monique Davis who oversaw employee performance an evaluation will be returning to the Anne Arundel County School system as a regional superintendent.
Davis was second-in-command in Prince George’s County when a state audit found improperly documented grade changes allowing unqualified students to graduate.
She was also accused by at least 21 employees of workplace bullying and harassment during her tenure.
The results of an internal investigation into the complaints have not been made public.
Davis starts in Anne Arundel County July 2.
Prince George’s County School CEO Dr. Kevin Maxwell announced he will be leaving the school system before the beginning of the next school year. A final date for his departure and details of any severance payout he may negotiate has not been announced.