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Dr. Jack Damico and colleagues receive $2.5 Million Dept. of Education Grant

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Dr. Jack Damico from the CODI Department and current Assistant  Vice President for Research, Innovation, and Economic Development, is part of a successful 2.5 million dollar grant from the Department of Education. Led by Dr. Michelle Haj-Broussard from the Department of Education and including Dr. Karen Burnstein, Dr. Natalie Keefer, and Dr. Maria Ruiz, this 5 year grant will provide training for teachers of dual immersion language programs. Congratulations to Dr. Jack Damico and colleagues!

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