Md. district launches program offering students a diploma and degree

11/18/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Students in Baltimore County, Md., will be able to earn an associate degree next year along with their high-school diploma under a new program that will allow students to begin taking college courses during their sophomore year. The program is believed to be the first in Maryland, and supporters say similar efforts elsewhere have helped improve college-readiness and made college more accessible to poor and minority students.

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