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New translation grants available

K12Translate has announced its first K 12 Translation Grant Program, which will award three in kind translation grants totaling $2,000 to K 12 schools or districts who are already involved in translation initiatives.
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K12Translate has announced its first K-12 Translation Grant Program, which will award three in-kind translation grants totaling $2,000 to K-12 schools or districts who are already involved in translation initiatives. The deadline to submit proposals is June 15, 2010.

To apply, schools and districts must submit a proposal that includes a description of their translation initiative and the communities they are trying to reach, information about other grants that they have received to support this initiative, and a description of how the K12Translate grant would be used.

For more information visit www.k12translate.com/grant.php.

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