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K-16 Partnership Development Center

The K-16 Partnership Development Center (K-16 PDC), a division of the Maryland Institute of Minority Achievement and Urban Education (MIMAUE), is a collaborative effort between the University of Maryland, College of Education and several participating school systems. Currently, the primary partners are the Prince George’s County and Anne Arundel County Public School Systems.

The Center, directed by Dr. James D. Greenberg, was created in 2000 to help make the expertise and research work of the College of Education more relevant to the needs of the school system. Specific efforts focus on jointly constructed projects designed to support the larger goals of the partnerships and to bring together faculty, administrators, and others from our two institutions.




K-16 PDC Partners

Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Prince George's County Public Schools
Prince George's County Public Schools
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