For support of the "Know Before You Enroll" program to educate prospective students about for-profit schools, financial aid, and student debt.
For support of the Baltimore Healthcare Innovator Retention Program for Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering graduate students.
To support the hiring of an administrative assistant for the Intersection of Change (IOC) and to complete capital improvements for IOC’s transitional housing program, Martha's Place.
For operational support of efforts to revitalize West North Avenue.
In support of the Turnaround Tuesday jobs movement which aims to place Baltimore City residents in jobs to earn a livable wage.
In support of expanding Betamore's opportunities for internal and technical growth.
For support of a data system pilot and evaluation of the summer learning programs funded by the Summer Funding Collaborative in 2017.
Maryland delivers some of the highest-quality education in the country by some measures, and yet too many students still see their educational opportunities limited based solely on where they live. This is because our investments in education have not kept pace with the standards we expect students to meet, and these investments are not distributed equitably among school districts.
March 7, 2017
What if we discovered a plant that grew quickly and in multiple climates, could make everything from textiles to medicine to fuel, and could be more valuable to a farmer’s bottom line than most commodity crops?