PROVIDENCE - More than 150 educators, among them many elementary school teachers, in 23 Rhode Island cities and towns will share $153,000 in grants encouraging classroom innovation through the Carter Spark Grants initiative, according to a Monday announcement by the Rhode Island Foundation. Now five years old, the Carter Spark Grants initiative was launched by…
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