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ORIGO Education Awards Idaho School with Math Instruction Grant

ORIGO Education announces that it’s awarding more than $6,000 in grants to West Ada School District located in West Ada, Idaho.
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ORIGO Education announces that it’s awarding more than $6,000 in grants to West Ada School District located in West Ada, Idaho.

The funding will be used to support students and teachers at River Valley Elementary School with additional ORIGO classroom resources for improving mathematics achievement and instruction. The award aligns with the district’s mission to be a model for improving mathematics teaching in underserved communities.

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