$1M grant to help Meridian recruit teachers
by Associated Press
Published: October 22,2011
MERIDIAN — The Meridian Public School District has received a grant of more than $1 million.
The grant from the Phil Hardin Foundation, awarded during the past week, will be used in a program designed to recruit and retain effective teachers.
The grant will be distributed over five years — $253,000 for year one, which includes the establishment of the Health Small Learning Community, and $203,000 for years two, three, four, and five.
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