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Naiku Announces First Round of Innovative Educator Grant Recipients

Naiku has awarded its first two Teacher Team School Grants to educators at West Gate Elementary School in Prince William County in Virginia and Pine City High School in Minnesota.
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Naiku has awarded its first two Teacher Team School Grants to educators at West Gate Elementary School in Prince William County in Virginia and Pine City High School in Minnesota. Naiku awarded grants to these teams to further the innovative work they are doing around differentiated instruction and personalized learning.

Naiku began accepting and reviewing applications for the school-wide team grants earlier this year and will continue doing so through April 30, 2015. Each grant awarded will support the individual or team of educators through June 2016.

Educators can find more information about the 28 school-wide team grants remaining and the 10 individual educator grants awarded every month at http://www.naiku.net/grants/.

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