On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
“Kojo in Your Community” heads to Laurel, Maryland to find out what Prince George’s County’s new schools chief should know about one of the country’s biggest school systems. Join Kojo for a look at what schools have done right, and what needs improvement.
- 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.
- Mary Lehman Education Liaison to Prince George's County Council Chairman Thomas Dernoga; president of the West Laurel Civic Association.
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