St. Paul's gets commitment for $2 million gift

Alumnus establishes technology chair at school

May 11, 2010

St. Paul's School announced Monday that it has received a $2 million commitment from an alumnus to establish an innovative educational technology chair. The Brooklandville school said the gift, from Joseph L. Carter Jr., who graduated in 1958, is the second-largest in its 161-year history. The chair will be named after Carter's parents, Nellie Hilleary Carter and Judge Joseph L. Carter, who served on what was the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City. The chair, which will be held for three years, will encourage the use of technology in teaching subjects such as math, science, English, history, and modern languages.

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