NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee officials sigh they maintain landed $6.9 million in grants to attend in computer science and STEM education.
The remark Department of Education says the money includes a $4 million Education Innovation and Analysis early part grant and a $2.9 million Out-of-College Time Profession Pathway Program grant.
The $4 million grant will support prolong STEM and computer science education in 20 Tennessee high schools, including with work-primarily based learning opportunities to fabricate postsecondary credit score.
A aggressive grant project to purchase the colleges will open this summer.
The $2.9 million grant will prolong computer science and STEM education in five rural college districts.