Tennessee’s education department awarded grants totaling $27,000,000 to five community organisations in order for them to establish tutoring programs during the 2022-2023 school years.
Tennessee’s Accelerating Literacy & Learning Corps Community Partner Grant, according to the state Department of Education will assist up to 18,000 Tennessee students in Grades 1-8 with tutoring services for English Language Arts and Math.
The Niswonger Foundation will be the recipient of $9 million. Literacy Mid-South will get $4.5 million each, as will United Way of Greater Nashville, United Way of Greater Knoxville and United Way of Greater Chattanooga.
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This program was one of the many changes that Gov. Bill Lee will address COVID-19 education issues.
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