Baltimore could see restoration of some state education funds
Annapolis reporter Annie Linksey reported in today's Sun that House leaders are looking to shift about $58.5 million back to state education funding, a move that would restore cuts to Baltimore schools. The city stood to lose between $15 million and $17 million in the state's original budget, while more affluent districts would have received more funding. Thousands of education advocates, teachers, educators have rallied against the cuts.
Read more about the House's plan and how much the city would gain here. Members of the House Appropriations Committee are scheduled to start voting Wednesday.