Unum plans to present 58 Hamilton County school teachers with more than $50,000 in mini-grants at its annual Strong Schools Grant teacher luncheon Tuesday.
The grants — up to $1,000 each — are to help teachers pay for education materials and programs that engage students and improve achievement levels.
Since 2008, Unum has awarded more than $950,000 to Chattanooga public schools.
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Unum has pledged to give $450,000 to the local school system over the next three years, officials announced today.
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The Junior League of Chattanooga will more than double the amount it gives in minigrants to area teachers this year.