Goshen Community Schools wins $9.4M federal grant

Goshen Community Schools Superintendent Diane Woodworth speaks Tuesday on behalf of the district, which was a recipient of a $9.4 million federal grant to help to sustain work to support teachers and improve students’ academics success. 

INDIANAPOLIS — Goshen Community Schools has been awarded a $9.4 million federal grant to help to sustain work to support teachers and improve students’ academics success, the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching announced Tuesday. 

The money is a portion of the federal Teacher and School Leader Incentive Program split between Goshen Community Schools, Perry Township Schools and Brown County Schools. 

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