Adequate School Funding matters, and Maryland has never done it

By Corey Gaber On Tuesday, March 17th, legislators in Annapolis passed the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, legislation that would provide all of Maryland’s youth adequate education funding for the first time in the state’s history. The reform package is popular amongst voters and economists: 74% of Marylanders support personally paying more in taxes to improve public education, and the fiscal benefits exceed the large cost by 2034, with Marylanders fully recovering their investment by 2046 … Continue reading Adequate School Funding matters, and Maryland has never done it