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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham has received $475,600 for remote learning support Services through the federal CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund and the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund, announced the City of Framingham today, November 18.

The purpose of the Remote Learning Support Grant program is to promote and support equitable access to affordable, safe, and supportive environments for children to engage remotely in instructional time during the school day.

The City worked with organizations to identify potential designated recipients, the City of Framingham said in a press release.

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Representatives from the Mayor’s Office, Office of Administration & Finance, Department of Public Health, and Framingham Public Schools facilitated
the process and the following organizations were selected as designated recipients:

o Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest
o First Circle Learning Center
o Hoops and Homework
o Pelham Lifelong Learning Center
o South Middlesex Opportunity Council/Suburban
o The Teddy Bear Village Child Care Center
o MetroWest YMCA

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