Observers question Maryland's progress on education reforms

04/22/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

The quality of Maryland's top-ranked education system may be in jeopardy over its stalled progress on a number of significant reforms, according to some observers. Some cite resistance from the state teachers union as a reason for the lack of progress on reforms, while others say the state's reputation for having strong schools has been tied to the state's wealth rather than its education policies.

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