Indiana Schools Secure Digital Learning Grants

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(Image courtesy of the Blue River Valley School Corp. in New Castle.) (Image courtesy of the Blue River Valley School Corp. in New Castle.)
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More than two dozen school districts throughout the state will receive Digital Learning Grants through the Indiana Department of Education. The Office of eLearning funding will support STEM and computer science initiatives. Between $11,000 and $75,000 will go toward each school for a total of nearly $2 million.

The IDOE says proposals include new curriculum, devices for coding, robotics equipment and professional development. Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick says "maintaining a focus on STEM activities in today's educational environment is vital to preparing students for their future success. I congratulate the awarded districts as I know they will use this grant to continue making a positive impact in their communities."

Recipients include:

  • Adams Central Community Schools
  • Blue River Valley Schools
  • Carmel Clay Schools
  • Decatur County Community Schools
  • East Noble School Corporation
  • Franklin Community Schools
  • Kankakee Valley School Corporation
  • Lakeland School Corporation
  • Milan Community School Corporation
  • Mississinewa Community Schools
  • Mooresville Consolidated School District
  • MSD Lawrence Township
  • MSD Wabash County Schools
  • North Harrison Community Schools
  • North Spencer County School Corporation
  • North Vermillion Community School Corporation
  • Porter Township Schools
  • Randolph Eastern School Corporation
  • Richmond Community Schools
  • River Forest Community School Corporation
  • School Town of Highland
  • Scott County School District 2
  • South Bend Community School Corporation
  • South Henry School Corporation
  • South Madison Community School Corporation
  • Triton School Corporation
  • Westfield Washington Schools
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