A&M awarded $2.5 million grant to help Texas workers develop career-wise
24 Sep 2021
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS — Texas A&M has been awarded an Adult Education and Literacy Statewide Professional Development Center Grant in the amount of $2,500,000.
“Maintaining a strong adult education system in Texas is an important component in closing the middle-skills gap,” said TWC Chairman Bryan Daniel in a press release. “AEL programs are a first step in upskilling to successful careers that can lead Texans and their families to economic prosperity.”
These grants are designated to assist Texas Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) Providers and stakeholders so they may provide comprehensive service delivery to AEL participants.
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