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Global Grid for Learning announced that $9 million in edtech grants has been awarded to 85 schools in 15 states in phase 1 of the Safer Schools in America Impact Grant Program. Additional grants will be awarded to more than 400 schools across more than 200 school districts in Phase II, which is open for applications until April 15th.

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