Three Maryland educators who recently claimed their winning Mega Millions ticket say they intend to continue teaching, despite each taking home $35 million in the lottery. The trio, who chose to remain anonymous, are two teachers and one administrator who pooled their money to purchase lottery tickets. "They were so clearly committed to their kids," Maryland Lottery Director Stephen Martino said of the teachers. "They both said, 'Yes, I can't give up my kids.'"
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