BALTIMORE - Maryland's new State Superintendent of Schools has begun her job.
Lillian M. Lowery began work Monday. She was formerly secretary of education in Delaware.
Lowery has signed a four-year contract.
Lowery succeeds Bernard J. Sadusky, who became interim superintendent when Nancy S. Grasmick retired last year.
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