Friday, October 23, 2020

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EPISODE 204: Kurtinitis tells us what remote campus life entails for many local students and teachers at CCBC

The impact of COVID on education has been extraordinary. We'll be chatting with college and university leaders as well as mayor candidates throughout May at Baltimore Positive. Follow along...

Kurtinitis tells us what remote campus life entails for many local students and teachers at CCBC

The impact of COVID on local education has been staggering

Alvarez of CCBC Engineering tells tale of local engineering efforts to supply PPE to local hospitals

Baltimore educators, students and the tech community are doing great things to pitch in during a pandemic

EPISODE 188: Alvarez of CCBC Engineering tells tale of local engineering efforts to supply PPE to local hospitals

Baltimore educators, students and the tech community are doing great things to pitch in during a pandemic

McCarthy discusses importance of feeding local families during pandemic

As you can imagine, Catholic Charities here in Maryland is busier than ever during this crisis...

EPISODE 187: McCarthy discusses importance of feeding local families during pandemic

As you can imagine, Catholic Charities here in Maryland is busier than ever during this crisis...

Hutchinson tells us the animals at the Maryland Zoo missed people during COVID shutdown

And, yes, the former Baltimore County Executive was happy to talk some politics and solutions with us as well...

EPISDOE 179: Hutchinson tells us the animals at the Maryland Zoo miss us people

And, yes, the former Baltimore County Executive was happy to talk some politics and solutions with us as well...

Hillcrest Elementary principal Lynch on educating children during this crisis

Parents, teachers, educators and students trying to hold it all together and learn and grow in a time of crisis

Williams updates all residents and parents about Baltimore County Schools during crisis

Parents, teachers and students are all making adjustments as pandemic continues into spring
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