The claims stem from the Prince George’s County Council Retreat in December where two whistleblowers accused the county and its school board of poor resource management.
This is Moore's chance to fix the impact Gov. Hogan and COVID-19 had on public schools.
The Prince George's County Board of Education must approve student-led sustainability policy.
Keishia Thorpe was selected from a field of more than 8,000 educators from 121 countries.
PGCPS classes began last week.
The in-person option is staggered and includes two days in the classroom.
It's the first school district in the country to approve a public-private partnership.
How can the county provide more technological access?
The proposal will be discussed again in January.