Hogan won’t sign plan for school compliance
Gov. Larry Hogan (R) won’t sign a schools-accountability plan that state officials will soon send to the U.S. Education Department to prove compliance with new requirements for federal K-12 funding. The signature is not required to get departmental approval.
Hogan told officials that a state law that passed this year despite his veto had forced state officials to create a weak system for rating schools and limited their ability to address those that are low-performing.