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Fall 2018 Guide to School Safety Communications Grants
School violence has prompted additional funding needs for school safety initiatives
Are You Using Your Title 1 Funds Appropriately?
Originated in 1964, Title I is a federal grant program designed to provide financial assistance for students living in high poverty areas. Local Education Agencies (LEAs) receive funds for specific populations in two ways: targeted assistance or schoolwide assistance.
May is for Planning
April Showers might produce May flowers; but in the grant world, the ending of the school year sparks the beginning of the grant season. This general statement might sound odd to you, but let me explain why May is the perfect month to review your academic and behavioral data, align your budget needs and review or rewrite your school’s strategic plan.
Organizing Data for Vital Grant Applications
Securing funding for schools has remained a challenge for rural, urban, and private schools since the turn of the century. In Illinois and Pennsylvania, the lack of a current state budget has affected the ability of schools and state universities to provide adequate resources to students.
Grant Writing for Education!
Grant writing for Education!! The job title said, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, yet my direct Supervisor and her supervisors placed a request for a proposal on my desk and “strongly encouraged me” to write the grant.