The League School of Greater Boston is excited to announce that it has been named one of the recipients of the Allison Keller Technology Grant.
The Allison Keller Education Technology Program was created in honor of Ali Keller, the daughter of Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism Board Member Kevin Lane Keller. The goal of the program is to help fill the financial and technological gap for schools and organizations that assist individuals with autism.
The competitive applications are considered for any technology tools and/or training that improve learning outcomes or performance for students. League School uses iPads and other electronic devices to help bring modern, interactive educational supports to students across all grade levels.
The winners of this year’s grant funding were posted earlier this week by the Flutie Foundation, with a video featuring Allison and the names of each recipient.
“These innovative organizations have shown unwavering commitment to their mission of assisting individuals and families affected by autism through the power of education technology,” the post read.
Recipients of this year’s Allison Keller Technology Grant include the following:
- League School of Greater Boston
- The Guild for Human Services
- Robert F. Kennedy Community Alliance
- Flying Starlings
- Easter Seals of New Hampshire
- South Coast Educational Collaborative
- NEEDS Center
- Salem Public Schools
- Crossroads Continuum
- J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center
- The Price Center
- Getaways Community Services
“The ongoing use of technology is critical to our mission here at League School,” said Chief Executive Officer Larry Sauer. “We are committed to giving our teachers and staff the latest tools to provide students with the best education possible. This grant will further help us do that, and we are extremely grateful to the Doug Flutie Foundation and the Keller family for their support.”