INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Four Indianapolis schools will be receiving the funds to help design, build and activate innovative learning spaces for students who could benefit from it most.
The Bright Spots in Middle Years Mathematics Grant will provide $750,000 for the Crossroads Education Learning Commons model which promotes a collaborative learning experience through the power of learning from peers.
The Bright Spots Grant was created to ensure that every black, Latino and low-income student is given the opportunity to succeed.
“Indianapolis students deserve every opportunity to learn and explore,” said Mayor Joe Hogsett. “This grant will help to uplift our community, providing resources for schools that need it most. I could not be happier the Bright Spot Grant has been awarded to Crossroads Education and