75 Agencies Are Under Consideration for ERF Grants

August 2006
Educational Marketer;8/14/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 23, p5
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The article reports on the Early Reading First grants amounting to $102.1 million to be given by the U.S. Education Department to around 30 local education agencies and organizations in the country. Half of the 75 agencies in 33 states whose full proposals were reviewed by the department shall receive grants to elevate literacy in preschool programs. In 2006, lesser agencies have submitted preliminary applications.


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