This past session the General Assembly passed the Blueprint for
The bill passed without the signature of Gov. Hogan.
Hogan released $255 million in additional education funding. The funding is a part of the three-year blueprint bill.
Hogan said education is important to him and his administration but also said in a statement the legislation “cited concerns about lack of fiscal planning and inadequate accountability measures.”
The Maryland State Education Association President and
Senate President, Sen. Mike Miller, and House President, Del. Adrienne Jones, released a joint statement saying they are both disappointed in Hogan for not signing the bill but appreciate the release of the funds.