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Exhibit 3. Map of Evaluation Sites. This graphic shows a map of the contiguous
United States. Grantees participating in the evaluation are represented on the map
by numbers enclosed in navy blue circles, and states in which grantees are located
are shaded in green. Grantees are numbered by location from west to east. The
first circle represents The East Los Angeles Community Union (TELACU) in Los
Angeles, California. The second circle represents Creciendo Unidos in Phoenix,
Arizona. The third circle represents New Mexico State University (NMSU) in Las
Cruces and Albuquerque, New Mexico. The fourth circle represents Education
Service Center 19 in El Paso, Texas. The fifth circle represents AVANCE in Houston,
Texas, and the sixth circle represents Meier Clinics in Chicago, Illinois. The seventh
circle represents The Granato Group, in Vienna, Virginia. The eighth circle
represents the Puerto Rican Family Institute (PRFI) in New York City, New York.
Finally, the ninth circle represents Holyoke Chicopee Springfield (HCS) Head Start
in Springfield, Massachusetts.
There are two methods to add alt text to images.
Alternate Text vs. Actual Text
If you really want to get technical, use Alternate Text for most images, but use
Actual Text for when you have an image with a lot of text in it such as an image of
a paragraph or image based heading. When you add alt text with the TURO Tool it
populates both the Actual Text and the Alternate Text fields so you may want to
use Method 2 when adding alt text to images with text (other than logos).