The Arlington Community Foundations board of trustees has approved 11 grants, totaling just over $12,000, for innovative education programs designed to reach a broad spectrum of students.
The funding will come from the foundations Arlington Education Fund, which twice a year offers support for programs of schools and non-profit organizations.
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