SEDL Receives AT&T Excelerator Grant
SEDL recently received an AT&T Foundation software that will help SEDL researchers apply Excelerator grant in the amount of $10,000. The advanced survey techniques to better assess and meet money will be used to purchase hardware and the needs of Texas educators and administrators.
From L to R: JJ Baskin, Director of Development, SEDL; Bob Digneo, Executive Director, External Affairs, AT&T; Eva Muñoz, Director, External Affairs, AT&T; Chris Moses, Director of Communications, SEDL; Raymond Hatfield, Director of Education Advocacy, AT&T; Dr. Victoria Dimock, Director of Improving School Performance, SEDL; The Honorable Kirk Watson, Texas State Senate, District 14; and Artie Arce, Principal, Bryker Woods Elementary and a member of the SEDL Board of Directors.
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