The Council on Regional Economic Expansion and Educational Development, an El Paso nonprofit better known as CREEED, has awarded El Paso Independent School District a $100,000 grant. The funding will support scholarships for 50 teachers as part of CREEED’s accelerated teacher certification scholarship program. The program helps high school teachers complete master’s degree programs in their subject areas, enabling them to be certified to teach dual-credit courses throughout the district.
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