Alvin Thornton, Prince George’s School Board Chair, to Resign

Alvin Thornton will step down early next month as chair of the Prince George’s County Board of Education.

Thornton, who helmed the board for the past two years, resigned in a Dec. 6 letter to County Executive Angela Alsobrooks, who appointed him for a four-year term in December 2018, The Washington Post reported.

He announced his plans to step down Thursday evening at a school board meeting, The Post reported.

Thornton, the author of two books and several articles dealing with public education, offered no details regarding his departure.

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