Md. bill pushing raises for school board dies in legislative session

By: | March 24, 2020

A bill that would have given Montgomery County school board members a raise for the first time in six years failed in this year’s abbreviated state legislative session.

The proposed $10,000 raise would have increased board members’ salaries to $35,000 per year.

Last week, the Maryland General Assembly adjourned early as the coronavirus disease spreads across the state. This is the first time in more than 150 years that the session adjourned early.

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