The Georgia Foundation for Public Education is awarding grants to 27 schools and districts in rural Georgia to help them improve technology and learning opportunities for students. This is the third round of the Rural Education Fund grants, and this year funds will be used for a variety of innovative ideas including converting an older model bus to a rolling reading library, funding mobile hotspots for students without broadband, and purchasing Chromebooks for students to use at home for virtual instruction.
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