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Indiana Department of Education awards 97 schools grant money

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The Indiana Department of Education has awarded 97 schools and community partners with more than $57 million in Explore, Engage and Experience grant money.
The money is supposed to help Indiana’s schools and local partners “as they work to strengthen, expand and create effective career pathways throughout students’ K-through-12 learning.”
The initiative also encourages schools to expand access to career exploration and engagement opportunities for students in elementary and middle school.
Locally, the South Bend Career Academy is getting more than $4 million dollars, Elkhart Schools more than $2.6 million and Concord Schools more than $200,000.

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