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Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ STEM Network Awarded $200,000 Grant

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The Archdiocese of Los Angeles announced Thursday that the W.M. Keck Foundation has awarded a $200,000 grant to expand a STEM program that is already operating at five Catholic schools in the Los Angeles area.

The grant will allow the STEM Network — Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics — to be added at two more schools to be announced later, according to the archdiocese.

The program is currently in place at Divine Saviour, Holy Spirit STEM Academy, St. Turibius, Immaculate Conception STEM Academy and San Gabriel Mission K-8.

(Click here to see the news article by My News LA.)