Howard students aren’t back in classrooms. Those in neighboring Carroll are. School officials explain why.

“Technically, no, they do not have to approve,” Martirano said. “But we do have memorandums of understanding with our teacher groups and our administrators. There’s an expectation of collaboration and planning in that process of seeking input. But, technically speaking, does it have to be approved by [the Howard County Education Association] for the board to [vote to go back]? The answer is definitively no.”

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