Launched in the fall of 2015, Chinese American Parent Association of Howard County (CAPA-HC) provides services to its members and the larger community in three categories: Family Education Program, Community Outreach and Civic Engagement. In the past a few years, CAPA has experienced fast growth to over 600 registered members in Howard County. Independent operations have been established in Montgomery County, Maryland; Baltimore County, Maryland; Fairfax County, Virginia; and Chester County, Pennsylvania. CAPA-HC has become one of the major organizations in Howard County and a center of communication within the Chinese community and among the larger community. We have established partnership and collaboration with the Howard County Public School System, Howard County government, private foundations, and local community organizations.
CAPA-HC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and enlisted as a CFC charity (Combined Federal Campaign).
Sunday, November 17th, 2019 2:00pm – 4:00pm
East Columbia Branch Library
6600 Cradlerock Way, Columbia, MD 21045
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CAPA will testify at a BOE public hearing to strongly against Superintendent's proposed attendance area adjustment plan.
This letter is written on behalf of over 600 registered members of the Chinese American Parent Association of Howard County (CAPA).
CAPA, while fully supporting the goal of diversity, equity and inclusion, and improving the academic performance of all Howard County students, strongly opposes superintendent's proposed attendance area adjustment plan, for the following reasons.
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