$153K in RIF classroom innovation grants shared by 23 R.I. towns, cities

STUDENTS FROM William Winsor Elementary School in Smithfield, which was one of the schools statewide to win grants for classroom innovation from the Rhode Island Foundation. Nearly two dozen school districts will share $153,000 in grants. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
STUDENTS FROM William Winsor Elementary School in Smithfield, which was one of the schools statewide to win grants for classroom innovation from the Rhode Island Foundation. Nearly two dozen school districts will share $153,000 in grants. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
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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