ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan introduced Wednesday an extra $10 million in COVID-19 reduction grant awards to help Maryland faculties, each private and non-private.
The funding gives $1 million grant to 10 applications that deal with the wants of at-risk college students.
“An important a part of Maryland’s restoration is determined by giving each single little one in Maryland the flexibility to soundly return for in-person studying,” mentioned Governor Larry Hogan. “These funds will assist present help for our college students who’ve suffered most within the pandemic, and assist deal with studying loss skilled throughout digital studying.”
The grant cash was awarded via the federal Coronavirus Response and Aid Supplemental Appropriations Act.
“Throughout this unprecedented time, we’re targeted on holding school rooms protected and accessible to all college students and addressing the educational and socio-emotional challenges which have arisen attributable to COVID-19,” mentioned Karen B. Salmon, Ph.D., State Superintendent of Colleges. “We’re joyful to help these modern efforts by our companions to keep up connections between educators and college students as we transfer ahead.”
Grant recipients had been chosen for presenting artistic methods to help disengaged college students, college students with disabilities, academics, and households in want.
Right here’s who will obtain among the cash:
- Baltimore Metropolis Public Colleges
- Carroll County Public Colleges
- Kids’s Guild
- Harford County Public Colleges
- Montgomery County Public Colleges
- Prince George’s County Public Colleges
- Queen Anne’s County Public Colleges
- Reid Temple Christian Academy
- Wicomico County Public Colleges
- Worcester County Public Colleges
The state has offered greater than $1.2 billion in emergency funding for training in relation to pandemic response and restoration.
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