I do not understand people who go after Gov. Larry Hogan for his executive order to begin the school year after Labor Day (“Classroom Conundrm,” Sept. 9). Yes, it is an executive order, but in this particular instance, the majority of voters and residents in this state really want the school year to begin after Labor Day.
If an executive order is used to advance the will of the people and the will of people is overwhelming for the rule, then I do not see anything troubling with it. In fact, the governor did us a great favor in stopping any of the political debate on this issue, which truly does move at a snail’s pace in the current political environment.