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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Md. to partner with private sector to open 4 high school-college programs

Maryland will join a small number of states that are partnering with IBM and other businesses to train students for technology jobs through a six-year program that blends high school, college and work experience, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced Monday.

“Maryland has some of the best schools in the country, but there is room for new innovative ideas,” Hogan said.

Under the P-Tech (Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools) model, students spend six years navigating a high school and college curriculum tailored to prepare them for high-tech jobs.



Anonymous said...

Can we please have some of these schools are the Eastern Shore of Maryland, preferably Salisbury!!! Thank you again Hogan for all your hard work and caring about the people of Maryland!

Anonymous said...

While the Baltimore Mayor goes to Paris for the Climate Change Summit, glad to see some common sense

Anonymous said...

One look at this picture and I find it hard to believe our governor is the picture of health. What are not being told?

Anonymous said...

12:33 he just went through chemo. give him a break, he said he was cancer free not fully recovered from his treatment. at least he stayed with his job instead of sitting on his but living off the Government