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Watch the CCPS Board of Education Candidate Forum presented by Carroll County Kids for Equity & Carroll County NAACP

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On May 22nd the Community Media Center aired the Carroll County Public Schools Board of Education Candidate Forum presented by Carroll County Kids for Equity & Carroll County NAACP.

Candidates that participated in this forum included:

  • Patricia Ann Dorsey
  • Amanda Jozkowski
  • Pat Sands
  • Tom Scanlan
  • Katie Speert

Candidates not at this event included: Tara Battaglia, James Miller and Steve Whisler

You can watch that forum here:

Noted in the description on YouTube:

The CCPS Board of Education Candidate Forum presented by Carroll County Kids for Equity & Carroll County NAACP airs live from Carroll Arts Center on May 22, 2022 at 4 p.m. The Board of Education is a crucial part of the decision making table. Learn about the candidates running to lead Carroll’s school system and tackle student issues.

*This event is not affiliated with Carroll County Public Schools.

The Community Media Center (CMC) is providing this information as a public service to the residents of Carroll County. All candidates running for a seat on the Carroll County Board of Education in the 2022 primary election were given the opportunity to participate in the forum. The views and opinions expressed in the candidates forum do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the CMC. The Community Media Center does not endorse any political candidate or political organization.

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