State Superintendent Thurmond announces $45 million grant funding

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State Superintendent Tony Thurmond announced on Friday that all California-based school districts, county offices of education, and classroom-based charter schools can apply for the California Community Schools Partnership Program (CCSPP), a $45 million grant-funded initiative to support and expand existing community schools.

Gerry Fall

Santa Barbara News-Press

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