Post, 4 Jun 2004, (Hernandez).
The student member of the Prince George's County Board of Education surpassed his adult peers in one notable measure last week: He was elected to a second term.
That's not quite fair to the nine adult school board members, who serve four-year terms and don't have to run for reelection until next year. But Edward Burroughs III, a junior at Crossland High School in Temple Hills, also makes history by being the first student to serve for two years on the Board of Education, according to a schools spokeswoman.
(Posted 4 Jun 2009)