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On December 6, 2021, AIM received welcome news that will provide much needed learning and collaborative spaces to support AIM Academy’s 391 students and our teacher training program which provides literacy training to schools and districts throughout Pennsylvania.  For the fourth time in the school’s 16-year history, AIM has been awarded a RACP grant by the State of Pennsylvania. This $1 million Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant will support a two-story addition to AIM Academy including classroom spaces, offices and collaborations spaces as well as a green courtyard.

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AIM is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of a generous $75,000 grant from the van Beuren Charitable Foundation for program facilitation, enhancements and scholarships for Rhode Island educators participating in our AIM Pathways teacher training courses.

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Nebraska principals, teacher leaders, and teachers in Kearney Public Schools participated in AIM Pathways courses this  through a partnership with the Nebraska Department of Education and the Nebraska Dyslexia Association. Enjoy these important tips for getting the most out of AIM Pathways training from participant, 3rd grade teacher Wendy Deyo.

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Following a comprehensive and extensive search process, AIM co-founders Pat Roberts and Nancy Blair along with Board of Trustees Chair Matthew Naylor and Vice Chair Al Chiaradonna, announced today that the next Head of School of AIM Academy will be Annette Fallon. She will begin her new role at AIM on July 1, 2022.

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Piscatello Law shared details about Sam's Place and our October 16 Community Opening in a recent blog post. Sam's Place will provide AIM Academy students with the opportunity to learn bicycle repair skills/certification while also being exposed to innovative technology and entrepreneurship concepts. In the future, AIM Academy plans to open their program to surrounding community members.

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Over the past year, AIM has had the privilege of working closely with Dr. Julie Washington as AIM examined its work with an equity lens both in the curriculum we use with students in school at AIM Academy and in the content and coursework of AIM Pathways teacher training.

Listen to Dr. Washington speak about her work with AIM Institute and on AIM Pathways in this video.

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