Md. to tap $210M from CARES Act to improve remote learning

Maryland schools will receive $210 million to bolster remote learning programs and improve tutoring and rural broadband access as educators and students deal with the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, the Hogan administration announced Monday. “Long-standing gaps in educational opportunity and access have been further exposed and widened by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Maryland Superintendent of ...

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