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Dr. Gregory Thornton, CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools (left) and David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President of Comcast Corporation (right) observes a student using the Internet at Towanda Community Center.

Dr. Gregory Thornton, CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools (left) and David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President of Comcast Corporation (right) observes a student using the Internet at Towanda Community Center.

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Comcast launches Internet Essentials Learning Zone in Baltimore

In today’s digital age, students often need the Internet to complete homework assignments. What if low-income families cannot afford in-home Internet service? On Wednesday, October 28, 2015, Maryland’s first Internet Essentials Learning Zone was launched in Baltimore at the Towanda Community Center to help close the digital divide.