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APPLY BY AUGUST 14 – Free money for students who receive free and reduced-price lunch

If you or someone you know has school-aged children who receive free or reduced-price lunch, they are eligible to receive $250 per child, thanks to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act passed by Congress earlier this year. 


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About the Nashville Charter Collaborative

For charter public schools in Nashville with a track record of high achievement and high growth, the Nashville Charter Collaborative offers their leaders a structure to work together on areas of shared need, such as professional development and recruitment of high-quality teachers. Collectively, we believe that education transforms lives and that every child in Nashville has the right to a high-quality public education.In the fall of 2018, the Collaborative formalized as a program of the Tennessee Charter School Center to provide member schools with an official structure to continue growing their work together.