Monday, February 10, 2014

Centreville resident Kline files to run for Queen Anne’s County Board of Education

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February10, 2014
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Centreville resident Kline files to run for Queen Anne’s County Board of Education

Centreville, Maryland – Today Steven Kline announced his candidacy for the Queen Anne’s County Board of Education, where he will seek to represent the county’s second district.

“I am excited to enter the race for the Queen Anne’s County Board of Education. Public schools represent our most important investment in the future, and as a member of the Board of Education, I will be committed to keeping Queen Anne’s County public schools at the top of the pack; making sure our schools work for our students, parents, teachers, and taxpayers,” said Kline.

“As a member of the board, I will do all I can to prioritize science, math, and technology in our schools, while also making sure our students have access to quality art and music education, both of which are essential. I think there is value in moving beyond measuring success simply by a test score, and beginning to focus more on the comprehensive development of our children into members of society who are not only productive, but possess the skills to be happy,” said Kline. 

“The surest way to have successful students is to create a space where teachers can be successful. I’ll emphasize improving teacher morale, and seek to work with other members of the Board of Education to enact policies that help to retain our best teachers and attract the best teachers in the world to Queen Anne’s County,” said Kline
Kline is an Eagle Scout who attended Maryland’s great public schools. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and a Master’s Degree in Government from Johns Hopkins University. Kline and his wife Kimberly have made their home in Centreville since 2009. He is the father of two children. 

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