On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
The Prince George’s General Assembly delegation is pushing legislation that is designed to strengthen oversight of the county’s school system, and this action has drawn heavy criticism from the School Board and others. Kojo and panelists discuss this latest controversy and the overall state of Prince Georges county schools.
- Alvin Thornton Associate Provost of Howard University, former three-term Chairperson of the Prince George's County school board and Chairman of the Maryland Thornton Commission.
- Reginald Dunn Community activist
- Jose Torres Member of the state-appointed oversight panel for Prince George's County Schools
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