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September 6, 2012 - Decatur: Pierce Phillips ,10, works on a history project inside The Museum School of Avondale Estates on Thursday, August 9, 2012. The Georgia Charter Schools Association and a pair of public charter schools were among the winners of $4.5 million in grants announced by the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement. “All three of these grant awards demonstrate the innovative thinking that is coming out of Georgia’s public charter school sector, ” said Tony Roberts, president and chief executive officer of the Georgia Charter Schools Association. The grant money comes from the Innovation Fund, a competitive state award pool set up through the federal Race to the Top program, which was created to encourage schools to come up with new ways to improve student achievement. © 2012JOHNNY CRAWFORD
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September 6, 2012 - Decatur: Pierce Phillips ,10, works on a history project inside The Museum School of Avondale Estates on Thursday, August 9, 2012.  The Georgia Charter Schools Association and a pair of public charter schools were among the winners of $4.5 million in grants announced by the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement. “All three of these grant awards demonstrate the innovative thinking that is coming out of Georgia’s public charter school sector, ” said Tony Roberts, president and chief executive officer of the Georgia Charter Schools Association. The grant money comes from the Innovation Fund, a competitive state award pool set up through the federal Race to the Top program, which was created to encourage schools to come up with new ways to improve student achievement.  © 2012JOHNNY CRAWFORD