Maryland governor ends feud with super, pledges to work cooperatively

02/5/2008 | Sun (Baltimore), The · Washington Post, The

Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has backed off of a legislative effort to oust long-time, independent state superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick, saying the two will instead work together on education policy priorities, including such things as signing bonuses to draw principals to struggling schools. People close to O'Malley said his change of heart owed to his concern that a legislative fight may have eclipsed efforts to advance key educational initiatives.

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