The state should not be able to mandate how much a county must pay for education by some arbitrary formula, with no regard to the current economy and revenues. Unfortunately, a few big counties on the western shore have all the power and the teacher's union has an inordinate amount of influence.
Sunday, May 20, 2012
From an article by Laura E. Price, a member of the Talbot County Council, in the Star Democrat in Talbot County.
Posted by Louis Wilen at 12:40 PM