$60 million from U.S. Department of Education

For the 21st Century Community Learning Center program, which enables schools to create or expand safe, productive after-school programs for children, $60 million to 183 communities in 45 states. The grants range in size from $36,000 to $2.5 million per year for up to three years. Schools can use the money to establish, among other things, after-school technology education programs in their communities.


$150,000 from National Science Foundation

To assess the professional development needs of teachers, review learning resources, and develop plans for improving high school math and technology programs,


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