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Statute Text

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Article - Education
§7–1504.  
(a)   The Governor shall provide $500,000 in the annual State budget to carry out the provisions of this subtitle.
(b)   Subject to subsection (c) of this section, the operation of the Center shall be supported by:
(1)   Funds as provided by the Governor in the annual State budget;
(2)   Grants or other assistance from local education agencies;
(3)   Federal grants; and
(4)   Any other grants or contributions from public or private entities received by the Center.
(c)   The Governing Board shall distribute 10% of each grant received by the Center as follows:
(1)   If the grant is designated for the Center, in equal amounts to Bowie State University and, if satellite offices are established under § 7–1502(f) of this subtitle, the institutions of higher education where satellite offices are located;
(2)   If the grant is designated for the Center office at Bowie State University or for a satellite office, to the institution of higher education where the designated office is located; or
(3)   If the grant is designated for a combination of Center offices, to the institutions of higher education where the designated offices are located.