June 2, 2017
Boston – State Senator Richard Ross is pleased to announce that grant funds for the Digital Connections Partnership Schools Grant Program have been awarded to eight Attleboro schools for FY 2017. Lt. Governor Polito announced yesterday the recipients of $847,059 in state grants that will support technology infrastructure in the Commonwealth’s schools.
The Digital Connections Initiative provides tools, assistance, and funding to bridge the digital divide that exists in some schools across the Commonwealth. This program aims to strengthen and promote twenty-first century teaching and learning.
“Technology has become, and will continue to be a big part of the education system in Massachusetts,” said Senator Ross. “Grant programs such as the Digital Connections Initiative make resources and tools for an ever-changing classroom environment accessible to schools in my district.”
Below is a list of Digital Connections Partnership Grants distributed to Attleboro schools for FY 2017.
|Hyman Fine School||$6,137|
|Irvin Studley School||$8,097|
The Digital Connections Partnership Grants are administered by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) and the Massachusetts Department of Information Technology (MassIT).
Please contact the office of Senator Ross with any questions or concerns at (617) 722-1555 or Richard.Ross@masenate.gov.