January 25, 2022 – The Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) Program partners have continued their commitment as part of the 75th Street Corridor Improvement Project (75th St. CIP), to bolstering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education within Chicago Public Schools (A. Phillip Randolph Elementary School, Clara Barton Elementary School, Englewood STEM High School, Scott Joplin Elementary School and Simeon Career Academy High School), Leo High School, the Museum of Science and Industry and Chicago Public Library through the Library Foundation. For the 2021-2022 school year, the Program partners donated $25,000 across eight recipients, totaling $200,000. This marks the second time that the CREATE Program partners have provided grants as a part of their education commitment to communities within the 75th St. CIP corridor.
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