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Montgomery County Council members will likely review policies this fall related to the public school system’s surplus money.

Members of the Education Committee said Monday morning that they want to discuss how the school system projects it would wind up with a $21.8 million year-end surplus when the Board of Education has been asking for increases in funding from the county to prevent staffing and program cuts. Read the full story at washingtonpost.com.