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Roughly Speaking episode 378:

In this extra edition of Roughly Speaking, Liz Bowie, the Sun's senior education reporter, talks about the Dallas Dance case. Today was the 37th birthday of the former Baltimore County schools superintendent, but it was hardly one to celebrate. A judge today sentenced Dance to six months in jail for failing to disclose nearly $147,000 he earned from part-time consulting jobs. Dance pleaded guilty last month to four counts of perjury related to the income he earned outside of his role as superintendent for one of Maryland’s largest public school systems.

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