Community college leaders and their supporters have recently rallied against a “dramatic” decrease in funding proposed by Democratic Gov. Wes Moore, though it remains to be seen to what extent — or if — state lawmakers will restore the cuts. State Senate Majority Leader Nancy King, a Democrat who chairs a subcommittee focused on how the state pays for education, said she was surprised to see the administration scale back “sacred funding for the community colleges,” which also rely on money from tuition and local governments.
Community colleges, advocates urge legislators to reduce Moore’s proposed cuts
February 13, 2024