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How Maryland’s historically Black universities will use $577 million from state to close wealth gap, strengthen communities

May 5, 2021
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The presidents of Maryland’s four historically Black universities — Morgan State, Coppin State, Bowie State and the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore — are crafting plans for the $577 million in extra funding coming from the state in the next decade. The money, they say, will pay for scholarships, help fund high-demand programs in STEM fields and free up financing for much-needed infrastructure repairs.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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