The Baltimore Sun today has a well-researched article about a former Baltimore County superintendent earning undisclosed income from a shady now-defunct educational consulting organization. It highlights the pernicious conflicts of interest that can arise when superintendents receive income from consulting. It is a highly instructive walk down public corruption in the educational system. | Keep Reading at timberlaneandsandown
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