FARMINGTON, N.M. (KRQE) – A Farmington organization that helps train teachers in Native American schools will receive a big financial boost. The Three Rivers Education Foundation has earned a more than $2 million grant through a federal program from the department of education.
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The Teacher Quality Partnership Grant looks to add more teachers in schools struggling with staff shortages. In all, the education department is awarded nearly $25 million through the program.