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The Montgomery County Literacy Council is taking an intergenerational approach to helping adults with low-levels of literacy learn English -- through the help of their children.
Students in kindergarten through twelfth grade observed and interacted with robots created by college and high school students in hopes of exciting kids about careers in engineering and science technology.
The SHABACH! Christian Academy is the first elementary school in the Washington Metropolitan region to use aviation flight simulators to enhance their STEM program.
Harper visited the Victor Cullen Center in November as part of a publicity tour for his fifth book, “Letters to an Incarcerated Brother: Encouragement, Hope and Healing for Inmates and Their Loved Ones.”
Schools -- including the University of Maryland, and Towson University -- have partnered with the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security to meet cybersecurity needs.
Maryland’s first 4-year college program for young adults with intellectual disabilities allows participants to participate in classes and internships alongside their peers at a 4-year college.