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(CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION) NSF Provides $$$ to Improve Pre-K-12 Science Programs
Agency: Nat'l Science Foundation; Program: Discovery Research K-12 (DR K-12) (CFDA Number: 47.076) (Funding Opportunity Number: 09-602); Eligibility: Unrestricted; Funding: $55 million for 70 awards; Deadline: Oct. 5 (preliminary proposal); Jan. 7 (full proposal). Purpose: DR K-12 seeks to enable s...
posted 8/6/09 2:49 PM read complete story
(STIMULUS) DoEd Publishes New Rules for SFSF Round 2 Funding
The Education Dept. (DoEd) establishes tentative guidelines for distribution of the second phase of the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF), a new one-time appropriation funded via the Recovery Act. Of the $54 billion SFSF total, DoEd has awarded governors approximately $48.6 billion by formula ...
posted 7/28/09 1:51 PM read complete story
(FUNDING) House Panel Approves Bill To Increase Early Education, Comm. College Spending
The influential House Education and Labor Committee approves legislation that would—if signed into law— create a $10 billion competitive grants program to help states build comprehensive, high-quality early learning systems for children from birth through age five. The bill, the Student Aid and Fis...
posted 7/21/09 4:29 PM read complete story
(FUNDING) Bill Would Create New $10B Competitive Grants Competition
A House bill introduced this week would create a $10 billion competitive grants program to help states build comprehensive, high-quality early learning systems for children from birth through age five. The bill, the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act, sponsored by Rep. George Miller (D-CA), ...
posted 7/17/09 07:28 AM read complete story
(YOUTH) Josten's Community Grants
Deadline: Aug. 25. Jostens provides support to organizations that enhance the lives of youth and promote educational opportunities that significantly and positively impact children from birth through college. Nonprofit organizations with 501(c)(3) Internal Revenue Service tax-exempt code are elig...
posted 7/3/09 3:37 PM read complete story
(FUNDING) States Boost Early Learning Spending Levels
Although two-thirds of the states tackled budget shortfalls and declines in revenues in FY 2009, legislatures still allocated$651 million in new money for early care and education programs, experts say. The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) pointed out that states set aside $12.4 bi...
posted 7/1/09 07:52 AM read complete story
(ARRA FUNDING) ECS: Schools Should Use ARRA $$$ for Pre-K Start-Ups
School districts should make the most of the Recovery Act money and use it to fund high-quality pre-kindergarten programs, say experts from the Education Commission of the States. To make the most of the Recovery Act windfall, states and districts should use short-term American Recovery and Reinves...
posted 6/25/09 11:58 AM read complete story
(ADVOCATES) Afterschool Programs Hit With Down Economy, Flat Funding
The nation's afterschool programs are being hit with a double whammy of a down economy—which drives up the need for their programs—and a flat federal funding stream that is not keeping up with inflation, advocates say. In a new survey, Uncertain Times 2009, the Afterschool Alliance finds that after...
posted 6/17/09 6:34 PM read complete story
GTECH'S After-School Advantage
Deadline: Rolling. GTECH's After-School Advantage Program provides state-of-the-art computer labs to organizations in inner-city communities. GTECH supports after-school programs targeting disadvantaged youth and at-risk children aged 5-15. Eligible ...
posted 6/4/09 2:15 PM read complete story
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