“Maryland was #1 in the nation even in the five tough budget years of 2009-2013 because our legislature prioritized the funding of our public schools…. So what does it actually mean in the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NAPCS) report (released in January) when they claim that our state is ranked 43rd out of 43 states? How could we be last in one report and consistently first in others? What is NAPCS actually measuring?”
Read the complete post at Delegate Washington’s website: here.