Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Will Not Seek Another Term

Maryland’s state superintendent of schools announced Tuesday that she will not seek another term atop the state’s education system. Karen B. Salmon, who has headed the state system since 2016, will continue through the end of her contract on June 30, 2020. The decision was announced at the end of a State Board of Education meeting in Baltimore on Tuesday. Details about the search for Salmon’s successor and a timeline to find a replacement were not immediately available from Department of Education officials in the afternoon. (Md. Matters)

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