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(University of California - Riverside) A grant recently awarded to the Riverside Unified School District and UC Riverside will provide high school curriculum that addresses air quality, in a region that is among the worst polluters in the country. The grant is for $1.19 million and is from the National Science Foundation. The grant will create the Riverside Air Monitoring Project, or RAMP. Its curriculum aims to engage more than 2,000 high school students in an issue -- air quality -- that has health impacts in their community.
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