Md. Senate weighs lower education funding than House proposal

ANNAPOLIS — The state Senate Wednesday will consider a nearly $47 billion spending plan for the coming fiscal year that proposes increased spending on education as part of the Kirwan Commission recommendations. The plan, which includes $225 million in additional education spending for the fiscal 2020 year and another $325 million set aside for the …


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