Thousands of Maryland teachers and education advocates are expected to pour into Annapolis for a march and rally to push for more school funding Monday night.
The “March for Our Schools” will lead to road closures and traffic delays.
The Maryland State Education Association is bussing in thousands of participants. Annapolis officials expect at least 7,500 participants, which would make it one of the largest rallies in the state’s capital city in the past decade.
Prince George’s County Public Schools are dismissing two hours early to allow teachers and students more time to get to...