Atlanta, Fulton school districts get grants
by Staff Reports
01:26 PM, Saturday, February 28
The State Board of Education Friday announced it has awarded Striving Reader grants to schools in 15 Georgia school districts, including the Atlanta and Fulton County ones. The Cobb County district's schools did not receive any grants. Striving Re...

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