BALTIMORE - Heading to college can be intimidating enough. Heading to college with a learning disability can cause a lot of anxiety. Fortunately most universities have programs available for students who are struggling with a learning disability. There are steps to take if you have a learning disability.
Miriam King with the University of Baltimore was a guest on Good Morning Maryland at 9:00. She walked us through the steps a student needs to take if they are headed to college with a learning disability. If you would like to hear her advice, click on the video box on the left and side of your screen.
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Montgomery County school officials have adopted a calendar for the next school year without taking action on a major Muslim holiday for students.
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The Enoch Pratt Free Library is hosting its Annual Books Sale starting Friday Dec. 6 to Sunday Dec. 8.