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Students in grades one through five who want to participate in maker labs at the Digital Harbor Foundation are now getting a break on fees.
The nonprofit’s new “pay what you can model” ensures that families interested in sending their children to one of the foundation’s after-school NanoLab programs in web design, woodworking, sound production and more can still do that, even if they can’t afford the full fee.
Funding for the new model comes from the Towson-based Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.-30-
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