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Reading funding awarded

Sometimes two schools are better than one. North Harlem Elementary School and Harlem Middle School recently collaborated on an application for a Georgia Department of Education Reading Challenge grant. The result was a $93,600 grant to begin an after-school reading program to help improve pupils' reading skills. "I'm so excited, I can't take it," said Dr. Sharlotte Evans, principal at North Harlem Elementary. Statewide, 160 public and private schools will receive portions of $10 million set aside for the program by the state's General Assembly.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/09/12/met_238796.shtml
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Reading funding awarded

Sometimes two schools are better than one. North Harlem Elementary School and Harlem Middle School recently collaborated on an application for a Georgia Department of Education Reading Challenge grant. The result was a $93,600 grant to begin an after-school reading program to help improve pupils' reading skills. "I'm so excited, I can't take it," said Dr. Sharlotte Evans, principal at North Harlem Elementary. Statewide, 160 public and private schools will receive portions of $10 million set aside for the program by the state's General Assembly.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/09/12/met_238802.shtml
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