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Five Montgomery College Students Awarded GGCC Scholarships

Five Montgomery College Students Awarded GGCC Scholarships

The following information was sent to us by Laura Rowles: 

 

The Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber (GGCC) awarded five Montgomery College students scholarships on December 8 as a part of their Annual Celebration Dinner & Awards Ceremony. Three engineering students, one business student, and one pharmacy student received scholarships totaling $25,000.

Montgomery County Public School Students Take Over 30,000 AP Exams in 2011

Montgomery County Public School Students Take Over 30,000 AP Exams in 2011

The following notice was sent to us by Montgomery County Public Schools:

 

Superintendent Recommends $2.13 Billion Operating Budget for Next Fiscal Year

Superintendent Recommends $2.13 Billion Operating Budget for Next Fiscal Year

 

The following information was sent to us by Montgomery County Public Schools:

 

Deputy Superintendent Frieda Lacey to Retire in June after 41 Years

Deputy Superintendent Frieda Lacey to Retire in June after 41 Years

The following information was sent to us by Montgomery County Public Schools:

 

Superintendent Recommends $2.13 Billion Operating Budget for Next Fiscal Year

Superintendent Recommends $2.13 Billion Operating Budget for Next Fiscal Year

The following information was sent to us by Montgomery County Public Schools:

 

Superintendent Starr to Present Budget and Priorities

Superintendent Starr to Present Budget and Priorities

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Maryland Community Colleges Highlighting Initiatives to Increase Student Completion Rates

Maryland Community Colleges Highlighting Initiatives to Increase Student Completion Rates

 

The following information was sent to us by Montgomery College's Marcus Rosano:

 

Community colleges are the gateway to higher education for more students than ever, as half of all undergraduates in Maryland now attend one of the state’s 16 community colleges. Firmly committed to ensuring that more students achieve the goal of completing a college education, Maryland’s community colleges are teaming up to share best practices for increasing the number of students who earn associate degrees, certificates or workforce credentials, and/or transfer to a four-year institution to complete bachelor’s and advanced degrees. The Maryland Association of Community Colleges’ 2nd Annual “Summit on Completion” will bring together faculty and staff from the 16 community colleges, along with education policymakers and leaders, elected officials and others, to highlight key initiatives and strategies the colleges are undertaking to improve completion rates.