The Public Education Foundation announced a new “Children of the 58 Scholarship Fund” created in partnership with the family of Neysa Tonks, who tragically lost her life in the October 1 mass shooting. As of September, approximately $320,000 has been raised, and 55 dependents have been identified as eligible for the scholarship. This is the first year the scholarship will be awarded, and the foundation is working with six college-age students who are utilizing the funds for the current school year, totaling $28,055. Read the full story here.