A judge has sentenced Baltimore County Public Schools superintendent Dallas Dance to half a year in prison for neglecting to disclose nearly $147,000 in consulting income he earned while overseeing the county school system.
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Dallas Dance, who left his post as superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools suddenly last spring, is facing decades of jail time on perjury charges for allegedly failing to disclose more than $145,000 in supplemental income from his consulting business between 2012 and 2015.
In a push to keep young minds curious and information unrestricted, Baltimore County schools and libraries have partnered up to give every public school student automatic library card privileges.
The 11 members of Baltimore County’s school board have promoted a top administrator in the school system to fill Dallas Dance’s shoes for at least the next year.
Dallas Dance is leaving his position as head of Baltimore County Public Schools.
S. Dallas Dance is due to appear at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington D.C. tonight to receive an award at a presidential inaugural ball, though it won’t be one of the ones commanding the presence of our new president.