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Baltimore County must address Dulaney High’s inequities, too

Governor Hogan tours Dulaney High School as one of his many stops around Baltimore County. (Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun video)

While we welcome the new Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Darryl L. Williams, we noticed the first topic at the forefront of his agenda was equity (“Five things Baltimore County should know about new Superintendent Darryl Williams,” July 16). That focus on equity is important for all students. Educational gaps are a challenge for many districts. It is vital that the new superintendent see the inequity in facilities and sites too, especially in these massive crumbling high schools like Dulaney High.

Students and staff experience wrecked and lost opportunities daily due to antiquated, dangerous buildings. Short- and long-term solutions are way overdue.

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Along with County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr., come witness the desperate needs at DHS and fight for us, Mr. Williams.

Jennifer H. Tarr, Cockeysville

The writer is co-founder of Friends of Dulaney.

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