Smarick Resigns from State Board of Education

Andrew Smarick. (Photo courtesy of the Maryland State Board of Education.)

With his term set to expire next month, Maryland State Board of Education President Andrew Smarick announced that he has submitted a letter of resignation to Governor Larry Hogan. Smarick, who was appointed as a member of the State Board of Education in 2015, served as the school board’s president since 2016.

Smarick is a longtime education policy expert who currently serves as the Morgridge Fellow in Education at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he works on education and related domestic and social policy issues. He was formerly an education official at the U.S. Department of Education under President George W. Bush.

According to Smarick’s Twitter account:


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