Bellefontaine City Schools, in partnership with the Ohio Appalachian Collaborative Personalized Learning Network, has received one of the state grants from the Ohio Department of Education’s Straight A Fund competition, officials announced today.
The funds will support personalized learning and help more students be successful in technical, two- and/or four-year postsecondary education.
The $15 million grant will help 26 Ohio school districts and one district-sponsored community school develop a personalized learning network that will increase student access to advanced learning and effective instruction through a 6-12 grade blended learning and dual enrollment system. In total, this work will impact more than 48,000 students in the region.
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