Maryland panel recommends billions in new school spending

ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland commission says the state should increase K-12 education spending by an estimated $4.4 billion per year about a decade from now, or about 30 percent more than the current level, under preliminary cost estimates released Thursday. The panel known as the Kirwan Commission could still make revisions before it sends a final ...

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