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Prince George's County schools overhaul gets preliminary approval in state senate

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The Maryland Senate gave preliminary approval Thursday to legislation that would allow Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker to take greater control over the county's school system. While Baker had originally asked for full control over the system's $1.7 billion budget along with the sole authority to appoint a superintendent who would be part of his cabinet. But the legislation was...

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