Gov. Larry Hogan is upset about two new state bills that would overturn his demand that schools start after Labor Day and end by June 15th.
Two senate bills, 128 and 131, would let each county board “set the start date and end date of the school year for the public schools in the county each year,” and let each county board decide to “extend the length of the school year for any reason up to 5 school days beyond June 15 without approval from the State Board or any other entity.”
Hogan sent out several angry tweets Monday about the proposal.
The bills are sponsored by Sen. Nancy King from Montgomery County and Sen. Paul Pinsky from Prince George’s County.