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Some Maryland high school students will have an opportunity to earn a college degree and move almost instantly into jobs under the expansion of a public-private partnership, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday.(The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)
Some Maryland high school students will have an opportunity to earn a college degree and move almost instantly into jobs under the expansion of a public-private partnership, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday.(The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

Md. to pilot new education program in Baltimore, rural areas

Some Maryland high school students will have an opportunity to earn a college degree and move almost instantly into jobs under the expansion of a public-private partnership. At least two schools in Baltimore City and two more in rural areas of the state are expected to pilot the initiative in Maryland that is known as P-Tech, ...

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