Thursday, March 17, 2016

HoCo Councilwoman @JenTerrasa asks Supt. Foose if there's more to $300,000, 26-page special education report

Howard County Councilwoman Jen Terrasa pressed Superintendent Renee Foose Wednesday for the full version of a report on special education that parents and elected leaders say school officials are hiding.
"For $300,000, I guess I'm just trying to understand," Terrasa said. "There is a 26-page document, but there was no more information?"...

...The Maryland General Assembly is currently considering legislation proposed by Miller, a Republican representing District 9A, that would open an investigation into the school system's refusals to fulfill public records requests since Foose took office in 2012.
Miller consistently refers to the special education report as an example of why the bill is necessary.
At the end of their discussion Wednesday, Terrasa asked Foose repeatedly if there is more information from the District Management Council's review than what is contained in the 26-page document that the school system released.
Foose said, "That is all the information synthesized from the information, the data collection."...

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