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Many recent grant awards are directed to the needs of economically-distressed communities designated as Opportunity Zones. Locating the awardees and tracking the investment of dollars leads to better targeting customers in a meaningful, differentiated...

Do You Know Which School Districts Are In the Zone?

A huge opportunity in funding looms ahead for schools in economically disadvantaged communities.  In July 2019, the Federal Register posted a proposed priority to grant applicants who submit applications for projects in Opportunity Zones. This could involve...

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Program

Artificial Intelligence for Species Discovery

Cluster(s):
  • College & Career Readiness ,
  • Extended Learning ,
  • Instruction
State(s):
  • All
Purpose

To provide support to projects that accelerate discovery, monitoring, and modeling, and ultimately improve the management of Earth’s biodiversity for a more sustainable future.

Eligibility

Organizations and individual applicants from around the world, except in North Korea, Iran, Syria, and Crimea due to U.S. legal restrictions concerning projects in these countries.  Individual applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time they submit the application.

Program

Refugee School Impact Program

Cluster(s):
  • Well Rounded ,
  • College & Career Readiness ,
  • Extended Learning ,
  • Instruction ,
  • School Climate
State(s):
  • NC
Purpose

The central goal of the Refugee School Impact program is to strengthen academic performance and to aid the social adjustment of newly arriving refugee youth. States are encouraged to design services according to the needs of their communities and schools through partnerships with state school officials, resettlement agencies, health and mental health providers, community-and faith-based organizations, and other local service providers.

Eligibility

States and state-alternative programs receive funding for Refugee School Impact as a Refugee Support Services (RSS) Formula “Set-Aside” program. States and state-alternative programs sub-contract with local school systems or social service providers to administer the programs and provide direct services. Refugee School Impact Program funding is available in states receiving more than 35 eligible population arrivals between the ages of 5-18 during the previous fiscal year. 

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