1/15/08 Dr. Nancy Grasmick

There is probably no one more suited to the role of having to defend their job from a Governor, two legislative leaders, and dozens of delegates and senators who are only too happy to give the men in charge what they want, than State Superintendent of Schools Nancy Grasmick.  But as equipped as she is, she has quite the fight ahead of her.  The Governor has said he wants her removed, and the Speaker of the House Mike Busch and Senate President Mike Miller have said they will change the law to give him what he wants.
So what is going to happen?  What are Nancy Grasmick’s plans for defending her position?  And if she is successful, what is her agenda for the next four years?
Join us at one o’clock today, to find out.  We’ll be joined by Dr. Grasmick live in the studio.
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One Response

  1. Nancy Grasmick has been superintendent for 16 years. No one is king for life. No one (with the possible exception of Louis L. Goldstein) should hold office for life.

    We elected Martin O’Malley to lead. Of course he should be able to make a change in course after 16 years. Just my opinion. — Bernie

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