A dozen rural schools have been chosen as recipients of education grants totaling over $115,000, according to the Georgia Foundation for Public Education (GFPE). This year’s grants — the fourth round of funding from GFPE — will fund a number of projects across the state including middle-school literacy programming; a STEM racing team; mental health supports for students and virtual reality goggles to help elementary students experience and explore the world.
Other projects to benefit from the funding are science and math instruction; computer science learning; an EMT Career Pathway program; a computer science e-sports club; vocational training; and a curriculum to help students with disabilities prepare for college or career.
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