Researcher Gets $3.2 Million Grant To Study Blended Learning Literacy Program In Juvenile Justice Schools

Researcher Gets $3.2 Million Grant To Study Blended Learning Literacy Program In Juvenile Justice Schools

ATLANTA—Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development professor David Houchins has received a four-year, $3.2 million grant from the National Center for Special Education Research to study a blended learning literacy program in juvenile justice schools.

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Missouri panel recommends school-based mental health care to boost safety in schools

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