GOP lawmakers offer bills to crack down on disruptive, bullying students

ANNAPOLIS — Republicans in the House of Delegates called on the General Assembly to pass a package of bills they say will improve education by removing disruptive students and expanding state oversight of individual school districts. While much of the focus of the 2020 General Assembly session has been on implementing and paying for a $4 billion ...

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