Per this form-letter email to County Councilman Dion Guthrie, feel free to click the link and tell Gov. O’Malley what can be done to improve our schools:
From: Governor Martin O’Malley
To: guthrie, dion
Sent: Thu Feb 19 15:09:11 2009
Subject: How can we improve our schools?
I’ve been getting a lot of great suggestions from Marylanders lately when
I’ve asked for your ideas on how we can tackle the challenges our state is
facing, so I hope you’ll indulge me if I ask for your help once again.
This time, I want to hear your thoughts on our public schools.
Earlier this week, I announced the launch of our first-ever statewide survey
of Maryland educators, TELL Maryland. We’ve asked for educators’ honest
opinions on how we can help kids learn, improve conditions in schools, and
make teachers’ lives easier.
The road map for progress that we build from this data won’t be complete
without your take. Everyone’s connected to our public schools — you’re
either a parent, a student, a volunteer, or the neighbor or friend of one.
So what’s your take on the state of our schools, and how we can improve
them? Click here to share your thoughts:
Maryland’s schools were recently ranked first in the nation — but we can’t
rest on our laurels. To prepare our kids for the competitive, global economy
of the 21st century, we’ve got to keep finding ways to help them learn and
Thank you for your help. I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
All the best,
Gov. Martin O’Malley
Authority: Friends of Martin O’Malley. Martin F. Cadogan, Treasurer