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Superintendent says Allegany County’s COVID plan was solid

October 27th, 2022 by WCBC Radio

Maryland’s State Superintendent of Schools said this week that declining student test scores reflect a downward trend that  began several years ago but worsened significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic. During this week’s state Board of Education meeting held in Hagerstown, Allegany County School Superintendent Jeff Blank reported that every effort was made locally during the pandemic to work toward in-person instruction whenever possible…

Blank said Allegany County’s Board of Education quickly adopted every safety measure recommended that would allow students to return to school.