$529,000 to North Carolina educators

A record $528,561 worth of Bright Ideas grants were awarded to North Carolina's teachers during the state's Bright Ideas Week Nov. 18 to 22. The program, which has awarded more than $3 million since its inception in 1994, has funded more than 2,100 projects involving more than 500,000 students. The Bright Ideas education grant program is sponsored and administered by North Carolina's 27 electric cooperatives. These grants fund innovative classroom projects that otherwise would go unfunded. North Carolina's Touchstone Energy Cooperatives have financed a variety of hands-on projects,


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