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“Maryland has the key features that make it a great place for ed-tech startups,” said Andrew Coy in an interview with Education Week.
The executive director of the STEM education nonprofit Digital Harbor Foundation, Coy is one of several people in Baltimore city involved in the EdTechMD initiative, a task force of venture capitalists, startup founders and teachers working to fund edtech startups and implement digital tools in Maryland’s classrooms.-30-
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