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Baltimore County breaks your heart

Both interim superintendent Verletta White and former superintendent Dallas Dance worked as consultants to travel twice a year to conferences where they and other school administrators from around the nation would meet privately in three hour sessions with executives of companies that produce education technology for school districts.

At this frenzied time in Baltimore County Public Schools, the conversations are dire (“Baltimore County school leaders Verletta White, Dallas Dance were paid by tech industry group,” Nov. 8). A friend reiterated my thoughts: “Every time we put faith in Baltimore County, they break our hearts.”

Jennifer H. Tarr, Cockeysville

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