Local School Libraries Reap State Grant Award

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Nearly $1.4 million School District Library Program Grants have been allocated to more than 600 public school districts in Illinois.


Illinois Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White awards the grants to assist funding for school library media programs. Grants are distributed based on a formula of 75 cents per student, with a minimal grant valued at $735.50.

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