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Matching Grants for Striving Readers Literacy Grant Winners

Peoples Education announces amatching grant program for educators in the six states that have been awarded Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy grants.
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Peoples Education announces a matching grant program for educators in the six states that have been awarded Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy grants. The awards are aimed at advancing literacy skills, reading, and writing for students from early childhood through grade 12.

All purchases from the Peoples Education and Brightpoint Literacy 2011-12 catalogs made with validated LEA sub-grant award funds by May 31, 2012,will be eligible to receive up to the purchase amount (before shipping) in additional product at no cost. Visitwww.peopleseducation.com/striving-readers-grant for additional information.

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