Implementation Plans

The AIB is responsible for creating a Comprehensive Implementation Plan to guide State and local entities in implementing the Blueprint for Maryland's Future and achieving the intended outcomes. The AIB must adopt the initial Comprehensive Plan by December 1, 2022

​In developing the plan, the AIB will incorporate input from the public, interested stakeholders, and key entities charged with implementing the Blueprint law, including:

  • State Board of Education and the Maryland State Department of Education

  • Governor’s Workforce Development Board and the Career and Technical Education Committee 

  • Maryland Higher Education Commission 

  • Higher education institutions, including community colleges and universities

  • Local education agencies and boards of education

  • Juvenile Services Education Board​

  • Teacher preparation programs

  • Local workforce development boards

These agencies are also responsible for creating their own Blueprint implementation plans that are aligned with the ​Comprehensive Plan. The Blueprint Implementation Plans must be submitted to AIB by March 15, 2023, for review and approval.

Learn more about the development process and how Maryland residents can g​et involved HER​E.