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- Professional Development
To support the operation of Reading Recovery training sites.
Districts and educational collaboratives may apply. Only Reading Recovery Training Sites as defined by the Reading Recovery Council of North America are eligible.
Digital Literacy Now
- Well Rounded,
- Professional Development,
To establish and promote rigorous, engaging, and standards-aligned digital literacy and computer science (DLCS) education in public schools from kindergarten through grade 12. This grant will continue the DLCS implementation work from FY21 Digital Literacy Now Grant Part 1 (FC152 and FC152A) and FY22 Digital Literacy Now Grant Part 2 (FC147).
Massachusetts public school districts which received funding for FY2021 Fund Code 152 or 152A DL Now Grant are eligible to apply for the FY2022 and FY2023 Digital Literacy Now continuation grant to continue their work.