At last week’s meeting, other speakers included Harford County Executive David R. Craig, new Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent S. Dallas Dance and head of the Baltimore County Education Foundation Deborah Phelps.
Craig spoke about his community’s successes and then said he is considering a run for Maryland governor.
Dance, who started in his current role this past July, explained that he is working on a blueprint for progress, a 10-year plan for Baltimore County schools. He noted that this plan focuses on the following areas:
• The academic program
• College/vocational training
• School safety
Said Dance: “Three’s a lot of good going on.”