Dance to unveil plan to alter Baltimore County schools' magnet program

Liz Bowie
Contact ReporterThe Baltimore Sun
Baltimore County public schools superintendent to reveal plans to revamp magnet program.

Baltimore County Superintendent Dallas Dance is expected to announce changes to the county's magnet programs at the school board meeting Tuesday night.

Parents and students have been protesting changes they expected to be made at Eastern Technical High School and Cromwell Valley Elementary. A task force of 90 people from the community — whose names were no revealed — have been working for more than a year to present findings to the superintendent. Dance said he did not divulge the names because he believed they would be pressured by the community.

Dance will present recommendations to the board based on the task force findings, which he received last month. Those findings have not been made public until now.

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