Thursday, June 29, 2017

Hogan nominates 4 for Md. education board

  • Steiner serves as the executive director for the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy and a professor of education at Hopkins. He has served on many education-related boards across the country, and was previously dean of the School of Education at Hunter College, and served as the New York State Commissioner of Education.
  • Phillips is the senior pastor of the Kingdom Life Church in Baltimore and also serves as the chairman and founder of the Better Life Community Development Corp. He serves on the board of Green Street Academy and on the 50CAN Maryland Can and Faith Leaders for Excellent Schools.
  • Hartings is the founder and president of Biaera Technologies of Hagerstown, a company that does aerobiology program management, quality control, and creates customized aerosol systems in the life science field. He has twice been elected to the Washington County Board of Education and served a term as president.
  • Smith is from North Point High School in Charles County, and will be serving as the student member. He was appointed by the governor after receiving the recommendation from the Maryland Association of Student Councils...

1 comment:

  1. So....4 nominees and ONE is an educator? ONE?!?!??

    (At least 1 is a student...)


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