Additional Grant Opportunities
USDOE has established a grant competition for the purposes of supporting the replication and expansion of high-quality charter schools. Funds may be used to substantially increase enrollment at existing schools or to open one or more new charter schools based on an existing model. USDOE estimates making 5 to 8 grants, with an average size of $7M. The Department estimates that grants will range in size from $1M to $15M. Grants will be made for a period up to 5 years.
This program targets grants to partnerships consisting of institutions of higher education and public schools (especially those serving students in high need/very high need schools), charter schools, and Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES). The goal is to systemically create early college high school partnerships through which students will have an opportunity to take an accelerated program of study to complete a high school diploma while earning college credits.
A variety of current grant opportunities provided by NYSED.
Learn and Serve America: K-12 School-Based Program (LSA) has three purposes: (1) to develop, implement, and integrate service-learning into schools wherein students in grades K-12 have opportunities to volunteer their service for the benefit of others and their community; (2) to foster civic responsibility, participation, service and knowledge within our young people; and (3) to increase the number of adults who volunteer in school-based, service-learning programs.
Grant opportunities provided by multiple outside organizations that Charter schools or their students may be eligible for.