The Chardon School District has been named one of 25 school districts and community schools to receive $200,000 each this fall to support future costs associated with the Ohio Department of Education’s Reaching All Students Through Language and Literacy project. The awarded funding includes expenses like stipends, travel and substitute teachers.

The Reaching All Students Through Language and Literacy project engages buildings and districts “in working to improve their literacy instruction for students who were hardest hit by pandemic-related school shutdowns,” according to the Ohio Department of Education. “These groups include students of color, English learners, and students from rural regions of Ohio.”

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