USDA grant empowers Dale County Schools with telehealth and technology integration

By Christina Faulkner

Dale County Schools in Alabama is set to revolutionize health and technology education with the recent acquisition of a significant USDA Healthy, Educated Alabama: Resilience through Technology (HEARtT) grant. The grant, valued at just over $741,000, aims to launch a comprehensive Telemedicine project, prioritizing mental and general health care accessibility for students, educators and staff.

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