Emily Anne Gullickson, CEO and founder of the nonprofit A for Arizona, has given grants of $20,000 or more to schools and districts to launch a number of new programs. The proposals included after-hours study groups for third graders to work with a qualified teacher or tutor to stem learning loss during the pandemic; an outdoor learning hub to reengage students who weren’t attending online classes; and an in-person small learning community with social and emotional supports for students suffering from trauma.” (Learn more about the A for Arizona grants from The 74)

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