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Blueprint Updates

Overview

The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future was passed by the Maryland General Assembly in 2021 to transform public education in the state into a world-class education system. The Blueprint will increase education funding by $3.8 billion each year over the next 10 years, enrich student experiences and accelerate student outcomes, as well as improve the quality of education for all children in Maryland, especially those who have been historically underserved.

The Blueprint for PGCPS

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PGCEA has worked with PGCPS along with representatives from colleges, universities, advocacy groups, private childcare providers, PGCPS’ Board of Education, other unions, students, staff, and community organizations in the development of the PGCPS Blueprint Implementation Plan to set goals through the 2023-24 school year based on four priorities: 

  • improve early childhood education
  • hire and retain high-quality and diverse teachers
  • upgrade college and career readiness standards
  • provide more resources for students in need

Resources

Recent Announcements

RSS Maryland Matters
  • House panel reviews Freedom to Read Act in dramatic hearing February 22, 2024
    The legislation, part of House Speaker Adrienne Jones' 'decency agenda,' proposes to protect library resources and staff. The post House panel reviews Freedom to Read Act in dramatic hearing appeared first on Maryland Matters.
  • Biden unveils latest round of student loan cancellation to aid 153,000 borrowers February 21, 2024
    Those receiving loan forgiveness are enrolled in the Saving on a Valuable Education repayment plan, have been paying back their loans for at least 10 years and originally took out less than $12,000 in loans. The post Biden unveils latest round of student loan cancellation to aid 153,000 borrowers appeared first on Maryland Matters.
  • At 93, Maryland woman is still in the fight for better textbooks February 19, 2024
    The Bethesda grandmother has devoted fans, from kids to leading historians, but worries she hasn’t succeeded in changing the industry. The post At 93, Maryland woman is still in the fight for better textbooks appeared first on Maryland Matters.
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