CSSGP awards fund various equipment and technology enhancements to ensure safer school environments.

International Academy of Flint, a public charter school, was awarded almost $49,000 in funding this May from the Competitive School Safety Grant Program. The CSSGP awards help improve the safety and security of students and staff through the purchase and installation of equipment and technology enhancements for school buildings. The Competitive School Safety Grant Program aims to create an overall safer school environment for public schools, nonpublic schools, school districts, and ISDs.

“Michigan’s students and educators deserve to feel safe in school,” said MI Governor Whitmer in a press release. “I’m proud that this state-funded grant program helps schools make improvements to help keep students and educators safe by funding more secure learning environments.”

International Academy of Flint was the sole entity partnering Resource Associates’ expert grant writing team that submitted a proposal for CSSGP funding this year. As a result, the Michigan charter school was awarded $48,738.

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