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|Title: ||Perman Supports P-TECH Expansion|
|External Resource/s: ||View on YouTube|
|Authors: ||Likowski, Alex|
|Subject Keywords: ||UMB Community Engagement Center (CEC)|
Pathways in Technology Early College High School Program
Perman, Jay A.
University of Maryland, Baltimore
|Description: ||Press release and accompanying video describing the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program. Participants earn a two-year associate's degree along with their high school diploma. In a meeting with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, and business and education leaders, Dr. Perman expressed his support for expanding the program. Text document includes a photograph of Dr. Perman, James Fielder, Maryland Higher Education Commission Secretary, and Alexandra Keane, the governor's deputy legislative aide.|
|Appears in Collections:||Community Engagement Center (CEC)|
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