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NC earns match for $15M schools grant

Posted December 15, 2011

North Carolina high schools are getting $15 million in federal grant money thanks to matching funds put up by private companies, foundations and individuals. 

The North Carolina New Schools Project needed to get commitments of $1.5 million to trigger the $15 million from the government. 

Among those that gave was the A.J. Fletcher Foundation, a part of WRAL parent company Capitol Broadcasting.

The money will help North Carolina's early college programs, which give high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit, tuition-free, as a way to get a solid head start on college or strong preparation for a career.

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  • stubbo19992 Dec 16, 2011

    Lets see if this money goes to schools and education and not in someone else's pocket!