San Francisco public schools have received a $2.8 million federal grant to help students suffering from trauma because they have been exposed to violence.
The U.S. Department of Education will provide the San Francisco
Unified School District with $570,000 a year for five years as part of
its Project Prevent grant. SFUSD will use the funds to support a
school-based violence intervention and prevention program at schools in
“We are committed to ensuring all our students feel safe, healthy and
ready to learn,” said Superintendent Richard A. Carranza in a
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