As reported on ABC news, the State recently announced a grant program, developed in the past legislative session to increase Pre-k enrollment in Maryland. As reported,
A nearly $4.5 million grant will allow the program to expand and help more than 1,500 additional children.
The grants will be divided among 24 programs throughout the state. The announcement of the grants took place today at the White Marsh Child Care Center — one of five programs in Baltimore County receiving funds.
For more information, see the full story at ABC news and our previous posts on Conduit Street, O’Malley Administration Introduces Bill to Expand Pre-K, Editorial Underlines Wicomico’s Cost-Effective Pre-K, Pre-Kindergarten Bill Moves Closer To Passage.