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How Maryland’s state college financing agency fell apart

July 17, 2023

When her younger son, Connor, opted to attend Towson University in the spring of 2022, Monica Heinlein was overjoyed. For years, the Columbia school counselor diligently paid into accounts she held with the state of Maryland to finance her two sons’ college education, counting on the investment to earn enough interest so they’d never need to borrow money to earn degrees.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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