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Gov. Hogan Adds $20.7 In COVID-19 Relief Funding For Schools, Community Colleges To Help Get Students Back Into Classrooms

January 26, 2021
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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced an additional $20.7 million in education relief funding to help get students back into classrooms amid the coronavirus pandemic. The grants would help k-12 schools, community colleges, independent colleges and schools for the deaf and blind. “In addition to proposing a budget that funds education across the board at record levels, we are working to get federal COVID-19 relief funding out to schools and colleges as quickly as possible,” said Hogan said. “We are prioritizing this relief funding where it can do the most good for the most students.”
Article Source: WJZ

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