Approximately 25,000 students and their teachers in rural Florida will have access to SAS inSchool’s web-based educational curriculum for the next two years, thanks to a grant made by Bank of America Charitable Investments to the Florida Learning Alliance Inc., SAS inSchool announced. The company creates web-based teaching and learning curricula focusing on the core subjects taught in grades eight through 14, including English, Spanish, social studies, science, and mathematics. With this grant, Florida becomes the fourth state in the country to offer SAS inSchool’s Curriculum Pathways product to schools statewide. Two years ago, Bank of America Charitable Investments funded the use of the software for all secondary schools in North Carolina. Last year, the Wellman Family Foundation provided a grant to offer the software across the state of West Virginia, and SAS inSchool software recently was made available statewide in Wyoming through a partnership with EdGate.

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