State lawmakers are pushing to reform Baltimore City Community College, which has been beset by declining enrollment and a diminished reputation.
A bill introduced in the General Assembly would create a seven-member reform board that would be charged with adopting new policies and hiring the college's next president.
The seven-member reform board, appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan and Mayor Catherine Pugh, would include members with experience in higher education, finance, workforce development and reorganization, as well as one member from a major employer in the city and two members from the college's current board of trustees.
The reform board would eventually replace the...