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Maryland lawmakers introduce bills expanding student school board member voting rights

By Christine Zhu, Capital News Service
Posted 2/14/23

Kent County, Maryland’s current school board student member, Brayden Wallace, does not have voting privileges.

Elected by his peers, he represents about 1,200 students countywide, including nearly 700 at the high school level. But Wallace isn’t able to vote on legislation affecting Kent County Public Schools.

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