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Latest Funding Trends
The Funding Pendulum Swings
Funding trends among education philanthropists are making dramatic swings away from core K-12 reforms and favoring learning stages happening before and after K-12 education. Formerly funding favored core K-12 reforms such as standards, assessments, and...
School Spending, Feeling Confused?
Supplement, Not Supplant; Methodologies; Reporting Requirements; School Spending Transparency– heard any of these phrases? Actually these shape K12 spending; yet they leave many of us feeling dazed and confused. Schools often feel the same. Scanning information...
Grief Reach - Capacity Building Grants
- School Climate
To bereavement organizations serving grieving children across the country.Funds to enhance orginzaitonal capacity, development, and effectiveness
1. 501(c)(3) status Organizations applying for these competitive grants must be 501(c)(3) organizations and will be required to submit their Employer Identification Number (EIN) to verify their status. 2. Bereaved children served – NEW DEFINITION This competitive grant program is limited to those organizations that serve bereaved children and youth. For the purpose of this grant program, bereaved children and youth are defined as children under the age of 25 who have had a loved one die. Applicants for this grant program may serve youth...
Inclusive Early Education Expansion Grant FY 2018-19
Local educational agencies
The goal of this grant is to increase access for young children birth to five years old to inclusive early learning and care programs. It supports the inclusion of children with disabilities and exceptional needs, including children with severe disabilities, in early learning and care settings pursuant to Parts B and C of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.