An organization formed by a parent of a slain Sandy Hook first grader has been awarded a $600,000 grant to expand its Choose Love Enrichment Program. The Newtown Bee reports that the funding was awarded to the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement from the NoVo Foundation, which was created in 2006 to promote social and emotional learning. The free, pre-K through 12th grade Choose Love Enrichment Program teaches educators and their students how to become empowered individuals. The program is aligned with Common Core Standards. To date, the Choose Love Enrichment Program has been downloaded by more than 2,100 educators in 48 states and 30 different countries who collectively reach close to 200,000 students daily.