Archived 2010-11 Funding Opportunities
- School Improvement Grants:
- 2010-11 Title I School Improvement Section 1003(a) Grant Application - (due 12/15/10) Section 1003(a) of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 requires that State Education Agencies allocate funds to local education agencies to support Title I schools identified for improvement to meet the progress goals in their school improvement, corrective action and/or restructuring plans and thereby improve student performance.
- 2010-11 School Improvement Grant (SIG)1003(g) - (due 5/24/10) Under section 1003(g) of the ESEA are used to improve student achievement in Title I schools identified for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring so as to enable those schools to make adequate yearly progress (AYP) and exit improvement status.
- 2010 Title I School Improvement 1003 (g) Enrichment Programs (STEM, ELA & PD) (due 3/26/10)
- 2010 Title I LEP/ELL Supplemental Grants: School Improvement Section 1003(a) (due 1/20/10)
- 2010 Title I Audit of Curriculum (AOC) Grant Application for Districts in Need of Improvement (DINIs) – Corrective Action Year 1 (due 1/20/10)
- 2010-2013 McKinney-Vento Education of Homeless Children and Youth- (due 9/31/10) The McKinney-Vento Grant Program is designed to offer educational and related services to homeless children and youth to promote the enrollment, attendance, and academic success of homeless children and youth in schools and to ensure that they receive other educational support services for which they are eligible, including Head Start, Even Start, and pre-school programs administered by Local Education Agencies (LEAs).
- 2010-11 Consolidated Application Update - For LEAs and Charter Schools- (due 8/31/10)- is designed to reflect requirements identified in NCLB that will assist Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) and Charter School LEAs to implement programs to meet the instructional needs of all students.
- 2010-11 District Comprehensive Educational Plan Update (DCEP)- NYC only -(due 8/31/10) is designed to reflect requirements identified in NCLB that will assist New York City Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) to implement programs to meet the instructional needs of all students.
- Distinguished Schools