PowerMyLearning announced that it has received a grant award of $226,500 from the Goizueta Foundation that will support the delivery of PowerMyLearning Atlanta’s programs and services to three new Title I schools over the next three years. The award, which comes at a crucial time, will help low-income students in undeserved communities to get access to coding programs and STEM-related resources.
PowerMyLearning Executive Director Kwame Johnson said, “It is important to us to level the playing field for students in low-income school communities. This grant will provide services that not only enhance students’ home and the classroom learning environments, but will also provide a great foundation for mobile app development and STEM careers.”
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