WASHINGTON (AP) — Maryland’s superintendent of schools will be in Washington to renew an Italian education partnership.
Interim Superintendent Bernard Sadusky plans to sign the memorandum Tuesday at the Italian embassy. The agreement renews a 2005 pact signed between Maryland and Italy that provides resources to Maryland schools and expands professional development for teachers.
Two Italian regions also are expected to sign a new partnership agreement with Anne Arundel County Public Schools.
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