Breaking News: Maryland Superintendent Lillian Lowery has resigned according to ABC Channel 2 News out of Maryland. She will be going to a company called FutureReady Columbus to serve as the President and Chief Executive Officer. The article describes FutureReady as “an education non-profit corporation with an initial focus on early childhood education, public policy, and community engagement.”
Lowery resigned as the Secretary of Education in Delaware in 2011. She is best known for helping Delaware win the Race To The Top competition in securing Delaware $119 million a few years ago. In 2012, Mark Murphy became the Secretary of Education, but he announced he is resigning as well a couple weeks ago.
3 thoughts on “Maryland Superintendent Lillian Lowery Resigned, Was Mark Murphy’s Predecessor In Delaware”
My thoughts on Lowery:
It’s a shame that didn’t stick…
Notice where she went and how… Jumped after they got the scores, and went to something that promotes Common Core…. (at least it should be well funded …. )