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KLR Partners-EWIF

KLR Partners is offering editing and coaching services to NCAPCS members for the Educational Workforce Innovation Fund Grant (EWIF). This grant will be released September 1, 2022 and will be due October 31, 2022. The grant seeks to identify successful innovative programs that will lead to more students graduating career and college ready, and it focuses on five core areas:
  1. Align public schools with business and industry and colleges/universities.
  2. Provide greater choice for parents/guardians among high quality education options.
  3.  Enhance teacher and principal effectiveness.
  4. Ensure all students possess job-ready skills.
  5. Leverage technology to drive both student and teacher learning.
If you are interested in pursuing this grant but don't have the time to complete it, consider partnering with KLR PartnersKaty Ridnouer, a certified grant writer and veteran educator, will work with you and your team to develop a complete, compliant, and compelling application. This would include upto five (5) hours of strategic planning, advising, editing, and revising. The cost is $875.
Contact Katy at [email protected] to discuss a potential partnership for this or other grant opportunities. She's helped schools win over $19M in grant awards, and she can help you too!
Katy Ridnouer, MEd, GPC
Author, Certified Grant Writer, Virtual Assistant Principal, and School Start-Up Specialist  
With the right partner, anything is possible. 

Catalyze Challenge

The Catalyze Challenge

We are excited to announce that the Catalyze Challenge is returning for a second round of grant funding. Mark your calendars! Applications for 2022-23 school year grants close on March 6.

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Educational Workforce Innovation Fund

Grants | NC DPI

Education and Workforce Innovation Commission (EWIC) Grants

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Are you interested in starting or expanding Arabic or Chinese language programs in your school?

The Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP) is a grant sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State.
TCLP makes it easy for U.S. schools to grow their critical language programs by placing fully-funded teachers from Egypt, Morocco, or China to teach Arabic or Chinese as a foreign language for an academic year. By sharing their languages and cultures, the teachers bring global competencies to their host schools and communities. Host a teacher in 2022 by starting an application today! Since 2006, TCLP has sponsored over 300 highly trained teachers that have worked in over schools across 39 states and impacted over 87,500 students! TCLP teachers have also collectively conducted over 25,500 hours of cultural outreach to bring international experiences to their host schools and communities. The application deadline for TCLP host schools is Friday, October 22, 2021 at 11:59pm EST.
Contact for questions:
Robyn Caron (Senior Program Officer, Teacher Programs)

New Schools Venture Fund

$2.5 million in grants: Whole-school Models

NewSchools is opening a $2.5-million funding opportunity for early-stage, equity-centered innovators who will partner with schools to implement bold new models or programs that can improve teaching and learning outcomes.
Through this effort, we will support new and existing nonprofit and for-profit organizations offering whole-school model solutions. Grantees will receive one-year grants of $150,000 to $350,000 along with other supports, including coaching and access to communities of practice.

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