Schools, groups might have second chance at i3 grant funding

Schools and organizations that did not secure funding through the $650 million Investing in Innovation federal grant program might get a second chance from private donors. The registry created for the i3 grant program has allowed donors to connect with those whose projects did not win grants. Groups such as the Gates Foundation and The Rural School and Community Trust say they are looking to the registry for worthy projects to fund.

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