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$19 million awarded to PA Community Learning Centers

Wolf's Administration announces award totaling more than $19 million for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Cohort 11.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Education announces awards totaling more than $19 million for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Cohort 11 program. The funding will go to nine school districts, three intermediate units, eight charter schools, two institutions of higher education, and 22 community-based organizations. 

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According to the Department of Education, the 21st CCLC “is a competitive grant that provides federal funding to establish community learning centers that provide academic, artistic and cultural enrichment opportunities for students and their families.”

The following are receiving funding in Philadelphia County:

  • Education Plus inc, $323,999.97
  • Foundations Inc, $500,000.00
  • Public Health Management Corporation, $449,999.13
  • Greater Philadelphia Community Services, $172,800.00
  • Maritime Academy Charter School, $495,000.00
  • Philadelphia Academy Charter School, $480,600.00
  • Education Works, $500,000.07
  • Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia, $287,999.99
  • Anti-Drug & Alcohol Crusaders Inc., $388,211.88
  • Harambee Institute of Science and Technology Charter School, $500,000.00
  • Freire Charter School, $400,000.00
  • Sunrise of Philadelphia Inc, $351,704.00
  • Philadelphia Electrical & Technology Charter High School, $450,000.00
  • Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership, $429,000.00

These grants are intended to help establish and expand community learning centers.

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