Indiana schools can now apply for $50,000 e-learning, tutoring grants

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Indiana schools can now apply for a $50,000 grant to support e-learning capabilities and online tutoring platforms.

The grants were made available after two anonymous donations totaling $500,000 were given to Crossroads Education to expand its Learning Commons model, which is a tutoring program that helps Indiana students meet mathematics standards through peer collaboration.

The donation will be broken down into $50,000 grants, which will be dispersed among 10 different schools. The funds are meant to help eliminate costs by providing much-needed devices and internet access to students to support e-learning capabilities and facilitate the use of Crossroads’ online tutoring platforms.

Schools interested in applying for the Crossroads grants should email

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