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Allegany College of Maryland Seeking 5% Funding Increase From County

March 15th, 2019 by WCBC Radio

Allegany College of Maryland is seeking a 5% funding increase from the County Commissioners.  Representatives from the college, during Thursday afternoon’s budget hearings conducted by the commissioners, outlined the rising costs of providing quality higher education services while pointing out that AC receives the lowest rate of local funding of all community colleges in the state at just 26%.  The increase requested amounts to $381,500 above last year. Allegany College President Dr Cynthia Bambara…


One Response to “Allegany College of Maryland Seeking 5% Funding Increase From County”

  1. March 15, 2019 at 7:58 am, Bob said:

    They likely need the money for more classes in remedial reading and arithmetic for graduates of unionized public schools.


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