Maryland’s public charter schools feel stifled under current state laws that keep them under the authorization and governance of local school boards, but the creation of separate charter school boards could cost taxpayers and students much more.
Hogan, Franchot Share Concerns Over Procurement, School Maintenance at Governor’s First Public Works Meeting
At his first Board of Public Works meeting, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan found an ally in Comptroller Peter Franchot, who supported the governor’s increased focus on school maintenance over replacement, and reforming the state’s contract-award process.
This week, a 550-meter-wide asteroid flew so close to the Earth that it was visible with high-powered binoculars, according to NASA. But how close is close, exactly, in space?