Schools Awarded 'Learn More Indiana' Grants

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Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers (file photo) Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers (file photo)
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The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has announced the winners of the 2018 Learn More Indiana Educator Grant. The funding supports K-12 schools with college and career readiness initiatives for students.

The grant contest is part of Learn More Indiana's annual magazines that provide content to help students get ready for college. The 10 recipients, which include elementary, middle and high schools throughout the state, had the highest percentage of submitted student entries. They will each receive $1,000 for their initiatives.

The recipients are:

  • Center Grove Elementary School (Greenwood)
  • Goshen Middle School
  • Knox Community Elementary School
  • North Harrison Elementary School (Ramsey)
  • Paoli Jr-Sr High School
  • South Central Elementary School (Elizabeth)
  • Springfield Elementary School (Michigan City)
  • Tipton Elementary School
  • Tri Elementary School (Straughn)
  • Western Middle School (Russiaville)

"The Learn More Indiana Educator Grant provides support for teachers and counselors to develop effective and engaging college preparation and career exploration activities for their students," said Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers. "Providing students these opportunities well before they graduate from high school exposes them to courses and interests that will prepare them for college and career success."

You can learn more about the Learn More Indiana campaign contests by clicking here.

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