South Dakota’s Jobs for America’s Graduates program took another step towards becoming law.
The public-private partnership program would allow the program to collect grant dollars, gifts, donations and other funding methods in order to initiate, expand, support, enhance or carry out the objectives of the South Dakota JAG program in districts throughout South Dakota.
Sen. Jim Bolin said the bill would “help to better serve students” and the proposal and funding aspect introduced would “maintain and grow the program.”
“If (districts) want to learn about JAG, now we have a place to go,” Sen. Troy Heinert said.
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