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January 20, 2012

Spelling errors in state education presentation

From our colleague Michael Dresser on the Maryland Politics blog:

When interim Maryland State School Superintendent Bernard J. Sadusky made a presentation before two House of Delegates committee Friday, he spelled out certain principles for flexibility under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

Alas, the folks at the Maryland State Department of Education showed a certain flexibility in spelling  "principle" as well. Time for a trip to the principal's office?

See the photo of the presentation here

Posted by Jennifer Badie at 8:58 PM | | Comments (2)
Categories: Around the Region


Seems you might want to check your own grammar as well, "...made a presentation before two House of Delegates committee Friday."

both the original post and the snide response are why we don't check the blog very often anymore. Pure crap.

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