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UPPER MARLBORO — The school year has come to a close and with summer vacation and planning for the next school year well underway, Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) CEO Monica Goldson released an End of Year Report highlighting the accomplishments of the school system in the 2018-2019 year on July 15. “With the […]

UPPER MARLBORO — Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) then-Interim CEO Monica Goldson announced a plan that will allocate $53 million to enhance programs and educational experiences throughout the school system on June 11. The announcement was made prior to Goldson being selected to the CEO role full-time on June 18. The Blueprint For PGCPS […]

UPPER MARLBORO — A review of the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) budget at the Prince George’s County Council’s Education and Workforce Development Committee budget work session gave specifics about teacher compensation and what the additional funding for fiscal year 2020 provided from the state through the Kirwan Commission’s Blueprint For Maryland’s Future will […]

ANNAPOLIS — On the last day of the Maryland General Assembly session on April 8, the Build To Learn Act, which would have given millions in extra funding to Prince George’s County to build 18 new schools, was not passed. According to County Executive Angela Alsobrooks’ Deputy Chief Of Staff John Erzen, the county executive […]

ANNAPOLIS — County Executive Angela Alsobrooks testified before the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee in support of the Build to Learn Act of 2019, which would give Prince George’s County an extra $1.8 billion to build 18 new schools, on March 27. The Build to Learn Act overwhelmingly passed in the Maryland House of Delegates, […]

HYATTSVILLE — The Maryland General Assembly considered the first phase of funding for The Kirwan Commission’s recommendations last week which would increase funding for Maryland schools by over $1 billion over the next two fiscal years giving a significant portion to Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS). According to PGCPS Board of Education Chair Alvin […]