Mary C. Schneidau
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January 27, 2004
Bill Would Leave Part of Thornton Mandates to County Judgment

ANNAPOLIS – A school reform mandate for statewide full-day kindergarten is breaking the financial backs of some school districts and should be discretionary, say nine Maryland Senate sponsors of a bill to ease the order

April 7, 2004
College Advocate’s Clever Movie Criticized as Bad Move

ANNAPOLIS – Fame is a heavy burden

February 3, 2004
Delegates give backing to increased higher education funding

ANNAPOLIS – Higher education won support this week, with a task force calling for increased state aid paired with a tuition cap and an appropriations subcommittee Tuesday saying level funding of higher education’s budget is anything but

March 24, 2004
Delegates Turn Testy Over Immigrant Tuition Bill

ANNAPOLIS – A bill to grant undocumented immigrants in-state tuition at public colleges and universities was blasted Wednesday by a delegate who called the proposal “fundamentally wrong

February 12, 2004
Education Funding Survives House Challenges

ANNAPOLIS – A bill to shore up $2 billion for a landmark school reform plan survived challenges Thursday in the House of Delegates after Republicans offered amendments to dilute legislation the sponsors said is necessary to avoid a lawsuit