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Anne Arundel to provide internet to some students

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman has allocated $150,000 of funding to provide internet service to low-income families and students through Comcast’s Internet Essentials...

HCPSS Announce New Arborist Apprenticeship Program

The Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) Office of Career and Technology Education has announced a new program for students interested in a career...

UMBC ranks among top universities worldwide

UMBC has again been named one of the top universities in the world for 2019-20, according to new rankings released by the Center for...

CanopyLAB secures $3M investment round led by Sparkmind.vc

CanopyLAB, a Laurel-based EdTech company that’s vision is to change the way people learn by combining artificial intelligence, virtual learning, social media and empowerment...

District 2 – 2020 Howard County Board of Education Primary Election Voters’ Guide

As a service to our readers, The Business Monthly asked Howard County Board of Education candidates running in the 2020 Primary Election to provide...

HCPSS Superintendent presents progress report

Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) Superintendent Michael Martirano presented his first system-wide overview of progress toward achieving the desired outcomes of his strategic...

MSCHE: UMD on ‘Warning Status’

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) has announced that the University of Maryland’s (UMD) accreditation is on warning status due to concerns...

Ball testifies in support of House Bill 1: Built to Learn Act of 2020

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball joined county and city leaders from across Maryland to testify in front of the Maryland General Assembly’s Appropriations Committee...

UMBC grad leads fight against virus

Keith Harmon, director of the Meyerhoff Scholars Program at UMBC, remembers the day in 2004 when he met a high school senior named Kizzmekia...

School board approves capital budget

The Howard County Board of Education approved the superintendent’s Proposed Capital Budget for the July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022 fiscal year (2022) and state capital priority...

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