WYE MILLS - Dr. David Harper, Chesapeake’s Vice President for Workforce and Academic Programs, was recently appointed to the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Accountability and Implementation Board’s (AIB) new advisory committee.
The AIB established four advisory committees to provide additional input and feedback on Blueprint implementation from across the State. The AIB seeks to involve stakeholders and members of the public from diverse geographic, economic, racial, ethnic, cultural, and gender backgrounds who represent various life experiences and viewpoints.
“It is an honor to be appointed as a representative from the Eastern Shore, where we have many small communities, strong partnerships, and talented educators and students,” Dr. Harper said.
Dr. Harper, a Caroline County native from a farming family, was appointed to serve on the committee examining Pillar 3- College and Career Readiness.
“The advisory committee members will provide critical insights, perspectives, and support to the AIB as we work to implement the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future,” Chair Isiah Leggett stated. “So, it is critical that the members reflect the many diverse communities of Maryland.”
The AIB received applications from every region of Maryland and selected at least two members from each region. A total of 24 members were selected to serve on one of the four advisory committees with six members, including one student on each committee.
For more information about the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, please visit marylandpublicschools.org/Blueprint/Pages/Overview.aspx.