INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Indiana Department of Education has awarded 58 schools across Indiana with $10 million dollars in Employability Skills Innovation and Implementation Grant funding.
The funds are aimed to help students develop in-demand employability skills that prepare them to meet the needs of the current workforce.
Among the recipients in Northeast Indiana was the MSD of Steuben County. The district was awarded $152,600.
Whitley County Consolidated Schools was awarded $200,000.
As part of the application process Schools had to outline how they plan to utilize the funds to help students be proficient in Indiana Employability Skills.
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