The Prince George’s County Education Committee will meet Wednesday, March 8 at 9 a.m in Annapolis in Rm. 431 to continue work on the Education bills. Members of the public concerned with ongoing public corruption in Prince George’s County public schools are asked to show up in Annapolis to help push the reform agenda for the county schools.
Due to ongoing liquor investigations mixed up with political corruption, Maryland citizenry are argued to stay involved in this process more than ever before. Teachers, administrators and other personnel with certification are asked to stay involved more than ever. Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek and change will never happen by staying on the sidelines.
In the meantime, Reform Sasscer Movement officials and supporters are looking for a wealthy donor or donors who could donate funds to fight public corruption in Maryland. We need at $20,000 or more but any amount received is better than nothing at all. Filing briefs in U.S Supreme Court is very expensive process. We have briefs currently due in the U.S Supreme Court concerning various violations in Prince George’s County and in Maryland. We need assistance to defray legal fees for filing and other matters. Anyone interested in assisting us, send us your contact information at ReformPGCPS@GMAIL.COM. We will give you more information in the next few days.