Emerson-Hubbard High School teacher, Anne Milliken, had a wonderful Grants in Place Showcase project in Nebraska!

December 29, 2019 |

This excellent place-based project, Plainsongs for Plains Students, was focused on the importance of rural literature. It was inspired by the work of a nonprofit, RuralLITRALLY, under the direction of Dr. Paul Theobald. Learn more about this 2015 Grants in Place project and others! Thanks to Anne for her good work.

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