Forecast of Funding Opportunities under the Department of Education Discretionary Grant Programs for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022

This document lists virtually all programs and competitions under which the Department (we) has invited or expects to invite applications for new awards and provides actual or estimated deadline dates for the transmittal of applications under these programs. The lists are in the form of charts -- organized according to the Department's principal program offices -- and include programs and competitions we have previously announced, as well as those we plan to announce at a later date. If you are interested in applying for any upcoming grants with the Department of Education, please take the time to register with SAM at www.SAM.gov, as you must have an active account in order to submit a grant application with our agency. We recommend you register now even as you are looking for eligible grant programs so that your SAM registration is active by the time the application is published. This will allow you to focus on writing the application during the period the application is available and you are not spending a portion of that time obtaining SAM registration. Please click here to refer to the SAM tip sheet for additional information.

Note: This document is advisory only and is not an official application notice of the Department of Education. We expect to provide updates to this document starting in the first week of June in a fiscal year and continuing through the following August. Please keep in mind that the dates recorded in this document are SUBJECT TO CHANGE and that the average size/number of awards are ESTIMATES.

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Organization of this Document

We have assigned to each principal office a separate chart as follows:

Chart 1 - Institute of Education Sciences.

Chart 2 - Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Chart 3 - Office of Postsecondary Education (Link to HEP Chart)

Chart 4 - Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (Links to RSA Chart)

Chart 5- Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education

Chart 6 - Office of English Language Acquisition

Grant Application Information

Here's how you can tell whether we've already published an application notice for a particular program or competition in the Federal Register and whether the dates we list in this Forecast of Funding Opportunities are actual or estimates:

If we have published the application notice, we will list the Federal Register (FR) volume and page number (e.g., 65 FR 53402) after the date in column two. The other dates for that program or competition (columns four and five) are actual (as opposed to estimated) dates.

If we do not follow the date in column two with an FR citation, it means that we have yet to publish the application notice, and the dates (columns, two, four, and five) are estimates only. The actual dates will appear in the official application notice for that program or competition in the Federal Register.

Date of Application Notice. In column two of the charts, we lists the actual or estimated date for publication of the application notice for a given program or competition.

Link to Notice. In column three of the charts, after its publication in the Federal Register, we will provide a link to the application notice for a given program or competition.

Electronic Grant Applications. Applications may be submitted electronically, for certain programs listed in the Forecast, through the Grants Management System (G5: www.g5.gov) or through Grants.gov. The requirements and instructions for submitting applications electronically under the program identified will appear in the Federal Register in the application notice for these programs or competitions. It is important to note that, if a competition is using Grants.gov, it will not be using G5 and vice versa. As part of doing business with the Federal Government, applicants must have an active registration with SAM (www.SAM.gov). Therefore, we strongly recommend that you create a SAM account now (or update your account if you already have an existing one) before the application package becomes available so that once the package is posted, your registration will be complete.

Contact Information

Program Contact Person. In column seven of the charts, we list the name, e-mail address, fax, and telephone numbers of the person or persons to contact for obtaining an application or further information about the programs listed. We also include this information in the actual application notice for that program.

For Users of TDD or FIRS. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the TDD number, if any, listed in the individual application notice. If a TDD number is not listed for a given program, individuals who use a TDD may call the Federal Information Relay Service (FIRS) at 1-800-877-8339.

Fiscal Information

Available Funds. The programs and funding amounts listed in this document are based on the Secretary's best estimates at this time. The Secretary is providing this document in order to give potential applicants adequate time to prepare applications. Potential applicants should note, however, that the Department may cancel some of the competitions listed in this document and may announce some new competitions not listed in this document.

Estimated Average Size of Awards and Number of Awards. Except for programs and competitions administered by the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), column six lists estimated average size and number of awards. The amounts and numbers referenced in this column are advisory and represent the Secretary's best estimates at this time. The average size of an award is the estimate for a single-year project or for the first budget period of a multi-year project. In the application package for an individual program or competition, applicants will receive information about the amount the Secretary intends to make available for each year of a multi-year project.

In the case of programs and competitions administered by the principal components of OSERS, the charts differ with regard to the average size of awards. For programs and competitions of this office, column six of the charts lists the average or estimated maximum size of the awards per year. Applicants will receive further information about funding amounts in the application packages for the individual programs.

Note: The Department is not bound by any of the estimates in this document. We advise you to read the actual individual application notices for these programs or competitions published in the Federal Register.

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(As of June 24, 2021)

Chart 1 - Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in this chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, 555 New Jersey Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20208. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

Applications Available: Information regarding application packages and forms is available at the IES web site: https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

IES
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Average Size/Number of Awards Program Contact Person Program Web Page

84.305A - Education Research: Career and Technical Education; Civics Education and Social Studies; Cognition and Student Learning; Early Learning Programs and Policies; Effective Instruction; English Learners; Improving Education Systems; Postsecondary and Adult Education; Literacy; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education; Social and Behavioral Context for Academic Learning

Applicants that have the ability and capacity to conduct scientifically valid research are eligible to apply. These include, but are not limited to, nonprofit and for-profit organizations and public and private agencies and institutions of higher education, such as colleges and universities

6/10/2021

(86 FR 30921)

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9/9/2021

$100,000 - $760,000

per year for up to 5 years

Helyn Kim
Helyn.Kim@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6890

https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

84.305B - Research Training Programs in the Education Sciences:; Early Career Mentoring Program for MSI Faculty; Postdoctoral Research Training Program in the Education Sciences; Methods Training for Education Researchers

Applicants that have the ability and capacity to conduct scientifically valid research are eligible to apply. These include, but are not limited to, nonprofit and for-profit organizations and public and private agencies and institutions of higher education, such as colleges and universities. For the Research Training in the Education Sciences grant program, eligible applicants vary by program topic. For the Early Career Mentoring Program, applicants must be a minority-serving institution. For the Postdoctoral Research Training Program in the Education Sciences, applicants must be academic institutions located in the United States and its territories that confer doctoral degrees in fields relevant to education. For the Methods Training for Education Researchers program, applicants must be located in the territorial United States and have the ability and capacity to conduct training in scientific research methods.

6/10/2021

(86 FR 30921)

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TXT

9/9/2021

$100,000 - $312,000

per year for up to 5 years

Katina Stapleton
Katina.Stapleton@ed.gov
Telephone 245-6566

https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

84.305D - Statistical and Research Methodology in Education: Statistical and Research Methodology Grants; Early Career Statistical and Research Methodology Grants

Applicants that have the ability and capacity to conduct scientifically valid research are eligible to apply. These include, but are not limited to, nonprofit and for-profit organizations and public and private agencies and institutions of higher education, such as colleges and universities

6/10/2021

(86 FR 30921)

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TXT

8/12/2021

$40,000 - $300,000

Per year for up to 3 years

Phill Gagne
Phill.Gagne@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-7139

https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

84.305R - Research Grants Focused on Systematic Replication

Applicants that have the ability and capacity to conduct scientifically valid research are eligible to apply. These include, but are not limited to, nonprofit and for-profit organizations and public and private agencies and institutions of higher education, such as colleges and universities IES is interested in broadening institutional participation in its research grant programs. IES encourages applications from minority-serving institutions (MSIs), alone or in combination with other institutions, that meet the eligibility criteria for this RFA. MSIs include Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian-Serving Institutions, American Indian Tribally Controlled Colleges and Universities, Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Predominantly Black Institutions, and Native American-Serving, Nontribal Institutions.

5/4/2020

(85 FR 26445)

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TXT

8/20/2020

$400,000 - $900,000

per year for up to 5 years

Christina Chhin
Christina.Chhin@ed.gov Telephone (202) 245-7736

https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

84.305S - Using Longitudinal Data to Support State Education Policymaking

Eligible applicants must be a State educational agency (SEA), defined as a State or Territory's K-12 authority, alone, or in conjunction with research organizations such as universities and research firms, and/or with other appropriate organizations (such as other State agencies or local educational agencies). The SEA must be the grantee and must provide the Principal Investigator.

3/25/2020

(85 FR 16931)

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TXT

7/30/2020

$40,000 to $300,000

per year for up to 3 years

Allen Ruby
Allen.Ruby@ed.gov Telephone (202) 245-8145

https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

84.324X-1 - Research to Accelerate Pandemic Recovery in Special Education

Applicants that have the ability and capacity to conduct scientifically valid research are eligible to apply. These include, but are not limited to, nonprofit and for-profit organizations and public and private agencies and institutions of higher education, such as colleges and universities Under this competition, NCSER will consider only applications that directly address a pandemic-related problem, issue, program, policy, or practice that is important to a State or local education agency, has the potential to improve outcomes significantly and rapidly for students with or at risk for disabilities, and will provide actionable and timely results to districts and schools.

6/10/2021

(86 FR 30921)

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8/2/2021

$500,000 - $1,000,000

per year for up to 4 years

Katherine Taylor
Katherine.Taylor@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6716

https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

84.324X-2 - Research to Accelerate Pandemic Recovery in Special Education

Applicants that have the ability and capacity to conduct scientifically valid research are eligible to apply. These include, but are not limited to, nonprofit and for-profit organizations and public and private agencies and institutions of higher education, such as colleges and universities Under this competition, NCSER will consider only applications that directly address a pandemic-related problem, issue, program, policy, or practice that is important to a State or local education agency, has the potential to improve outcomes significantly and rapidly for students with or at risk for disabilities, and will provide actionable and timely results to districts and schools

6/10/2021

(86 FR 30921)

PDF

9/9/2021

$500,000 - $750,000

per year for up to 4 years

Katherine Taylor
Katherine.Taylor@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6716

https://ies.ed.gov/funding/

TBD = To be determined

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(As of September 8, 2021)

Chart 2 - Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in this chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue SW., room 3W344, Washington, DC 20202-6110. Telephone: (202) 260-1925. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

OESE
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Average Size/Number of Awards Program Contact Person Program Web Page

004D-01 – Civil Rights Training and Advisory Services/Desegregation Assistance Centers/NEW - Equity Assistance Centers

A public agency (other than a State educational agency or a school board) or a private, non-profit organization.

3/4/ 2021

PDF
to notice withdrawal and cancellation of the competition

TBD

TBD

Ed Vitelli
Edward.Vitelli@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-6203

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-formula-grants/program-and-grantee-support-services/training-and-advisory-services-equity-assistance-centers/

84.141A-02 – Migrant Education / High School Equivalency Program (HEP)

An institution of higher education (IHE) or a private nonprofit organization may apply for a grant to operate a HEP project. If a private nonprofit organization other than an IHE applies for a HEP grant, that agency must plan the project in cooperation with an IHE and must propose to operate some aspects of the project with the facilities of that IHE.

11/27/2020

PDF

1/22/2021

$180,000-$475,000

14 awards

Steven Carr
Steven.Carr@ed.gov
Telephone 202-260-2067

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-migrant-education/high-school-equivalency-program/

84.149A-02 – Migrant Education/ College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

An institution of higher education (IHE) or a private nonprofit organization may apply for a grant to operate a CAMP project. If a private nonprofit organization other than an IHE applies for a CAMP grant, that agency must plan the project in cooperation with an IHE and must propose to operate the project with the facilities of that IHE.

11/27/2020

PDF

1/22/2021

$180,000-$475,000

14 awards

Steven Carr
Steven.Carr@ed.gov
Telephone 202-260-2067

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-migrant-education/college-assistance-migrant-program/

84.184N-01 – Project to Support America Facilities and Educators (Project SAFE) Grant Program

1. Eligible Applicants: An LEA that-- a. Has adopted a policy to implement and is implementing one or more of the strategies recommended in the CDC Guidance for COVID-19 Prevention in K-12 Schools, as may be updated.[1] The most recent guidance incorporates the following strategies:
(i) Promoting vaccination;
(ii) Consistent and correct mask use;
(iii) Physical distancing;
(iv) Screening testing to promptly identify cases, clusters, and outbreaks; (v) Ventilation;
(vi) Handwashing and respiratory etiquette;
(vii) Staying home when sick and getting tested;
(viii) Contact tracing, in combination with isolation and quarantine; and
(ix) Cleaning and disinfection.
b. Has incurred or will incur a financial penalty imposed by its SEA or other State entity, such as a reduction in funding, including but not limited to reduction in salaries for school board members or superintendents, due to implementation of one or more strategies described in paragraph (a); and
c. To protect the safety and well-being of students, has continued at the time of application to implement such strategy or strategies for which the penalty was imposed and commits to maintain such strategy or strategies to the extent consistent with CDC guidance for the 2021-2022 school year.

9/20/2021

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Deadline for Transmittal of Applications: Applications will be reviewed and approved on a rolling, expedited basis contingent on the availability of funding.

Estimated Available Funds: $3,200,000.
Estimated Range of Awards: $50,000 to $350,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $250,000.
Maximum Award: The total amount of Project SAFE funds an LEA requests must not exceed the amount of the financial penalty for adopting and implementing CDC guidance that the LEA incurred or will incur during the project period. The Department may fund awards in whole, or in part, consistent with this notice, and may establish a maximum grant award level through a notice in the Federal Register in order to serve as many eligible applicants as possible.

Estimated Number of Awards: 13.

Amy Banks
ProjectSAFE@ed.gov
Telephone 202-453-6704

 

84.215G-01 – Innovative Approaches to Literacy; Full-Service Community Schools; and Promise Neighborhood/Innovative Approaches to Literacy/New-Innovative Approaches to Literacy

1. Eligible Applicants: To be considered for an award under this competition, an applicant must be one or more of the following:
(1) An LEA in which 20 percent or more of the students served by the LEA are from families with an income below the poverty line (as defined in section 8101(41) of the ESEA).
(2) A consortium of such LEAs described in paragraph (1) above.
(3) The Bureau of Indian Education.
(4) An eligible national nonprofit organization (as defined in section 2226(b)(2) of the ESEA) that serves children and students within the attendance boundaries of one or more eligible LEAs.

7/12/2021

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8/11/2021

Estimated Available Funds: $25,000,000

$175,000-$750,000

40-60 awards

Simon Earle
Simon.Earle@ed.gov
Telephone 202-453-7923

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/well-rounded-education-programs/innovative-approaches-to-literacy/

84.215J-02 – Innovative Approaches to Literacy; Full-Service Community Schools; and Promise Neighborhood/Full Service Community Schools Program /NEW - Full Service Community Schools

Innovative Approaches to Literacy; Full-Service Community Schools; and Promise Neighborhood/Full Service Community Schools Program /NEW - Full Service Community Schools

1/15/2021

PDF

3/1/2021

$275,000-500,000

30 awards

James Guitard
James.Guitard@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 260-2006

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/school-choice-improvement-programs/full-service-community-schools-program-fscs/

84.215N-01 – Innovative Approaches to Literacy; Full-Service Community Schools; and Promise Neighborhood/Promise Neighborhoods Implementation Grants/New-Promise Neighborhoods Implementation

Nonprofit organizations that meet the definition of a nonprofit under 34 CFR 77.1(c), which may include a faith-based nonprofit organization; Institutions of higher education as defined by section 101(a) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended; and Indian tribes.

1/19/2021

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3/5/2021

$4,000,000-6,000,000

5-7 awards

Adrienne Hawkins
Adrienne.Hawkins@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 202-453-5638

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/school-choice-improvement-programs/promise-neighborhoods-pn/applicant-info-and-eligibility/

84.299B-02 – Special Projects Demonstration Grants/Indian Education Professional Development/NEW - Professional Development Grants for Indian Children

1. Eligible Applicants: (a) An eligible applicant must be either -- (1) An IHE or a TCU; (2) A State educational agency in consortium with an IHE or a TCU; (3) An LEA in consortium with an IHE or a TCU; (4) An Indian Tribe or Indian organization in consortium with an IHE or a TCU; or (5) A BIE-funded school in consortium with at least one TCU, where feasible. (b) Eligibility of an applicant requiring a consortium with an IHE or a TCU, requires that the IHE or TCU be accredited to provide the coursework and level of degree or Native American language certificate required by the project.

3/4/2021

PDF

5/3/2021

$300,000 - $400,000

22 awards

Angela Hernandez
Angela.Hernandez@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 205-1909

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-indian-education/indian-education-professional-development/

84.299C – American Rescue Plan American Indian Resilience in Education (ARP-AIRE)

Eligible Applicants: TEAs, including a consortium of TEAs.
Note: If applying as a consortium, applicants should refer to 34 CFR 75.12775.129 for information about group applications.

7/13/2021

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9/13/2021

Estimated Available Funds: $19,800,000 for three years.

Estimated Range of Awards: $300,000 to $500,000 for each 12-month budget period.

Estimated Average Size of Awards: $400,000 for each 12-month budget period.

Estimated Number of Awards: 16 for each 12-month budget period.

Shahla Ortega
shahla.ortega@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-5602

 

84.351A-01 – Assistance for Arts Education Programs

Eligible Applicants: To be considered for an award under this competition, an applicant must: (a) Be one of the following: (1) a LEA in which 20 percent or more of the students served by the local educational agency are from families with an income below the poverty line; (2) a consortium of such LEAs; (3) a SEA; (4) an institution of higher education; (5) a museum of cultural institution; (6) the Bureau of Indian Education; (7) an eligible national non-profit organization; or (8) another private agency, institution, or organization.

3/4/2021

PDF
PDF to the notice correction and extension of the application deadline.

4/15/2021

$375,000-$2,000,000

20-25 awards

Bonnie Carter
Bonnie.Carter@ed.gov
Telephone: 202-401-3576

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/well-rounded-education-programs/arts-in-education-national-program/

84.354A-01 – Expanding Opportunity Through Quality Charter Schools Program (CSP)--Grants for Credit Enhancement for Charter School Facilities (Credit Enhancement)

1. Eligible Applicants: (a) A public entity, such as a State or local governmental entity; (b) A private, nonprofit entity; or (c) A consortium of entities described in (a) and (b). Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

6/23/2021

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7/23/2021

$43,000,000
Estimated Range of Awards: $4,000,000 to $12,000,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $11,000,000.
Maximum Award: We will not award a grant for more than $12,000,000 for a grant project. The Department may change the maximum amount through a notice published in the Federal Register.
Estimated Number of Awards: 4.

Clifton Jones
clifton.jones@ed.gov
Telephone:(202) 205-2204

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/charter-school-programs/credit-enhancement-for-charter-school-facilities-program/

84.356A-02 – Alaska Native Education Program/Alaska Native Education/NEW - Alaska Native Education Program

An eligible applicant must be (a) Alaska Native organizations with experience operating programs that fulfill the purposes of the ANE program; (b) Alaska Native organizations that do not have experience operating programs that fulfill the purposes of the ANE program, but are in partnership with-- (i) An SEA or LEA; or (ii) An Alaska Native organization that operates a program that fulfills the purposes of the ANE program; or (c) An entity located in Alaska, and predominately governed by Alaska Natives, that does not meet the definition of an Alaska Native organization but-- (i) Has experience operating programs that fulfill the purposes of the ANE program; and (ii) Is granted an official charter or sanction from at least one Alaska Native Tribe or Alaska Native organization to carry out programs that meet the purposes of the ANE program.

1/12/2021

PDF
PDF to the notice corrections

5/3/2021

$31, 184, 086

$500,000

36 awards

Almita Reed
OESE.ASKANEP@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 260-1979

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-formula-grants/rural-insular-native-achievement-programs/alaska-native-education-equity/

84.362A – Native Hawaiian Education (NHE) Program

1. Eligible Applicants: The following entities are eligible to apply under this competition:
(a) Native Hawaiian educational organizations.
(b) Native Hawaiian community-based organizations.
(c) Public and private nonprofit organizations, agencies, and institutions with experience in developing or operating Native Hawaiian programs or programs of instruction in the Native Hawaiian language.
(d) Charter schools.
(e) Consortia of the organizations, agencies, and institutions described in paragraphs (a) through (c).
Note: Although State educational agencies (SEAs) and LEAs are not eligible entities, applicants are encouraged to partner and coordinate with an SEA or LEA in proposing and implementing a project. In addition, all applicants must meet the application requirement to solicit comments on the proposed project from the LEA and submit those comments, if any, with the application.

5/28/2021

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7/2/2021

$85,000,000 for three years

(1) Absolute Priority 1: Authorized Native Hawaiian Education Activities: $250,000 - $950,000 for each 12-month budget period.
(2) Absolute Priority 2: Research and Data Collection Activities: $1,000,000 - $3,000,000 for each 12-month budget period.
(1) Absolute Priority 1: Authorized Native Hawaiian Education Activities: $750,000 for each 12-month budget period.
(2) Absolute Priority 2: Research and Data Collection Activities: $2,000,000 for each 12-month budget period.

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Joanne Osborne,
Hawaiian@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 401-1265

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-formula-grants/rural-insular-native-achievement-programs/native-hawaiian-education/

84.374A-01 – Effective Educator Development (EED) Division: Teacher and School Leader (TSL) Incentive Grants

1. Eligible Applicants:
(a) An LEA, including a charter school that is an LEA, or a consortium of LEAs;[1]
(b) A State educational agency (SEA) or other State agency designated by the Chief Executive of a State to participate;
(c) The Bureau of Indian Education; or
(d) A partnership[2] consisting of--
(i) One or more agencies described in paragraph (a), (b), or (c); and
(ii) At least one nonprofit organization as defined in 2 CFR 200.70 or at least one for-profit entity. Note: An LEA may receive (whether individually or as part of a consortium or partnership) a grant under the TSL program only twice.
Note: The Secretary considers all schools funded by the Department of Interior's Bureau of Indian Education to be LEAs under section 8101(30)(C) of the ESEA. Note: If you are a nonprofit organization , under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

7/9/2021

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8/13/2021

Estimated Available Funds: $88,060,000 for new awards.

imated Range of Awards: $500,000 to $8.5 million.

e: The Department estimates a wide range of awards, given the potentially large differences in the scope of funded projects, including the size and number of participating LEAs.

imated Number of Awards: 20-25.

Orman Feres
Orman.Feres@ed.gov
TSL@ed.gov Telephone (202) 453-6921

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/effective-educator-development-programs/teacher-and-school-leader-incentive-program/

84.411A-01 – Education Innovation and Research (EIR) Program Expansion-Phase Grants

1. Eligible Applicants:

(a) An LEA;
(b) An SEA;
(c) The Bureau of Indian Education (BIE);
(d) A consortium of SEAs or LEAs;
(e) A nonprofit organization; and
(f) An LEA, an SEA, the BIE, or a consortium described in clause (d), in partnership with--
(1) A nonprofit organization;
(2) A business;
(3) An educational service agency; or
(4) An IHE.

To qualify as a rural applicant under the EIR program, an applicant must meet both of the following requirements:

(a) The applicant is--

(1) An LEA with an urban-centric district locale code of 32, 33, 41, 42, or 43, as determined by the Secretary;
(2) A consortium of such LEAs;
(3) An educational service agency or a nonprofit organization in partnership with such an LEA; or
(4) A grantee described in clause (1) or (2) in partnership with an SEA; and

(b) A majority of the schools to be served by the program are designated with a locale code of 32, 33, 41, 42, or 43, or a combination of such codes, as determined by the Secretary.

Applicants are encouraged to retrieve locale codes from the National Center for Education Statistics School District search tool (https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/districtsearch/), where districts can be looked up individually to retrieve locale codes, and Public School search tool (https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch/), where individual schools can be look

Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual, (3) a certified copy of the applicants certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant, or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

In addition, any IHE is eligible to be a partner in an application where an LEA, SEA, BIE, consortium of SEAs or LEAs, or a nonprofit organization is the lead applicant that submits the application. A private IHE that is a non-profit organization can apply for an EIR grant. A nonprofit organization, such as a development foundation, that is affiliated with a public IHE can apply for a grant. A public IHE that has 501(c)(3) status would also qualify as a nonprofit organization and could be a lead applicant for an EIR grant. A public IHE without 501(c)(3) status (even if that entity is tax exempt under Section 115 of the Internal Revenue Code or any other State or Federal provision), or that could not provide any other documentation described in 34 CFR 75.51(b), however, would not qualify as a nonprofit organization, and therefore could not apply for and receive an EIR grant.

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Estimated Available Funds: $180,000,000.
These estimated available funds are the total available for all three types of grants under the EIR program (Early-phase, Mid-phase, and Expansion grants).
Estimated Average Size of Awards: Up to $15,000,000.

Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $15,000,000 for a project period of 60 months. The Department intends to fund one or more projects under each of the EIR competitions, including Expansion (84.411A), Mid-phase (84.411B), and Early-phase (84.411C). Entities may submit applications for different projects for more than one competition (Early-phase, Mid-phase, and Expansion). The maximum award amount a grantee may receive under these three competitions, taken together, is $15,000,000. If an entity is within funding range for multiple applications, the Department will award the highest scoring applications up to $15,000,000.

Estimated Number of Awards: 1-4.

Yvonne Crockett
eir@ed.gov
Telephone 202-453-7122

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/innovation-early-learning/education-innovation-and-research-eir/

84.411B-01 –Education Innovation and Research (EIR) Program Mid-Phase Grants

(1) A local educational agency (LEA); (2) A State educational agency (SEA); (3) The Bureau of Indian Education (BIE); (4) A consortium of SEAs or LEAs; (5) A nonprofit organization; and (6) An SEA, an LEA, a consortium described in (4), or the Bureau of Indian Education, in partnership with (1) A nonprofit organization; (2) A business; (3) An educational service agency; or (4) An institution of higher education.

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Estimated Available Funds: $180,000,000.

These estimated available funds are the total available for all three types of grants under the EIR program (Early-phase, Mid-phase, and Expansion grants).

Estimated Average Size of Awards: Up to $8,000,000.

Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $8,000,000 for a project period of 60 months. The Department intends to fund one or more projects under each of the EIR competitions, including Expansion (84.411A), Mid-phase (84.411B), and Early-phase (84.411C). Entities may submit applications for different projects for more than one competition (Early-phase, Mid-phase, and Expansion). The maximum award amount a grantee may receive under these three competitions, taken together, is $15,000,000. If an entity is within funding range for multiple applications, the Department will award the highest scoring applications up to $15,000,000.

Estimated Number of Awards: 10-15.

Yvonne Crockett
eir@ed.gov
Telephone 202-453-7122

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/innovation-early-learning/education-innovation-and-research-eir/

84.411C-01 – Education Innovation and Research/Education Innovation and Research - Early-phase/NEW - Education Innovation and Research (Early-Phase) STEM

1. Eligible Applicants
(a) An LEA;
(b) An SEA;
(c)The Bureau of Indian Education (BIE);
(d) A consortium of SEAs or LEAs;
(e) A nonprofit (as defined in this notice) organization; and
(f) An LEA, an SEA, the BIE, or a consortium described in clause (d), in partnership with--
(1 A nonprofit organization;
(2) A business;
(3) An educational service agency; or
(4) An IHE.
To qualify as a rural applicant under the EIR program, an applicant must meet both of the following requirements:
(a) The applicant is--
(1) An LEA with an urban-centric district locale code of 32, 33, 41, 42, or 43, as determined by the Secretary;
(2) A consortium of such LEAs;
(3) An educational service agency or a nonprofit organization in partnership with such an LEA; or
(4) A grantee described in clause (1) or (2) in partnership with an SEA; and
(b) A majority of the schools to be served by the program are designated with a locale code of 32, 33, 41, 42, or 43, or a combination of such codes, as determined by the Secretary.

Applicants are encouraged to retrieve locale codes from the National Center for Education Statistics School District search tool (https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/districtsearch/), where districts can be looked up individually to retrieve locale codes, and Public School search tool (https://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch/), where individual schools can be looked up to retrieve locale codes. More information on rural applicant eligibility is in the application package.

Note If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual, (3) a certified copy of the applicant’s certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant, or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

In addition, any IHE is eligible to be a partner in an application where an LEA, SEA, BIE, consortium of SEAs or LEAs, or a nonprofit organization is the lead applicant that submits the application. A private IHE that is a nonprofit organization can apply for an EIR grant. A nonprofit organization, such as a development foundation, that is affiliated with a public IHE can apply for a grant. A public IHE that has 501(c)(3) status would also qualify as a nonprofit organization and could be a lead applicant for an EIR grant. A public IHE without 501(c)(3) status (even if that entity is tax exempt under Section 115 of the Internal Revenue Code or any other State or Federal provision), or that could not provide any other documentation described in 34 CFR 75.51(b), however, would not qualify as a nonprofit organization, and therefore could not apply for and receive an EIR grant.

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Estimated Available Funds: $180,000,000.
These estimated available funds are the total available for all three types of grants under the EIR program (Early-phase, Mid-phase, and Expansion grants). Contingent upon the availability of funds and the quality of applications, we may make additional awards in subsequent years from the list of unfunded applications from this competition.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: Up to $4,000,000.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $4,000,000 for a project period of 60 months. The Department intends to fund one or more projects under each of the EIR competitions, including Expansion (84.411A), Mid-phase (84.411B), and Early-phase (84.411C).
Entities may submit applications for different projects for more than one competition (Early-phase, Mid-phase, and Expansion). The maximum award amount a grantee may receive under these three competitions, taken together, is $15,000,000.
If an entity is within funding range for multiple applications, the Department will award the highest scoring applications up to $15,000,000.
Estimated Number of Awards: 12-23.

Yvonne Crockett
eir@ed.gov
Telephone 202-453-7122

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/innovation-early-learning/education-innovation-and-research-eir/

84.422A-01 – Presidential and Congressional Academies for American History and Civics/Academies for American History and Civics/NEW - Presidential and Congressional Academies for American History and Civics

Institutions of higher education, and other public and private agencies, organizations, and institutions, including cultural institutions and museums.

7/19/2021

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Estimated Available Funds: $1,700,000.
Estimated Range of Awards: $300,000-$500,000 per year.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $400,000 per year.
Estimated Number of Awards: 1.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $500,000 to any applicant per 12-month budget period. The Department plans to fully fund awards made under this notice with FY 2021 funds.

Diana Schneider
Diana.Schneider@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 401-1456

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/effective-educator-development-programs/american-history-and-civics-academies/

84.422B-01 –Presidential and Congressional Academies for American History and Civics/Academies for American History and Civics/NCC - American History and Civics Education - National Activities

An institution of higher education or other nonprofit or for-profit organization with demonstrated expertise in the development of evidence-based approaches with the potential to improve the quality of American history, civics and government, or geography learning and teaching.

7/19/2021

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Estimated Available Funds: $2,150,000.
Estimated Range of Awards: $300,000-$500,000 per year.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $400,000 per year.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $500,000 to any applicant per 12-month budget period. The Department plans to fully fund awards made under this notice with FY 2021 funds.
Estimated Number of Awards: 2-3.

Christine Miller
Christine.Miller@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 205-0147

https://oese.ed.gov/offices/office-of-discretionary-grants-support-services/effective-educator-development-programs/national-activities-grant/

TBD = To be determined

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Chart 3 - Office of Postsecondary Education

Higher Education Programs (OPE/IFLE)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in the chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Office of Postsecondary Education, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, Washington, DC 20006, Telephone: (202) 453-6138. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

OPE/IFLE
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Maximum or Average Size/
Number
of Awards
Program Contact Person Program Web Page

84.016AUndergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language (UISFL) program

1. Eligible Applicants: (a) IHEs; (b) consortia of IHEs; (c) partnerships between nonprofit educational organizations and IHEs; and (d) public and private nonprofit agencies and organizations, including professional and scholarly associations.

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Estimated Range of Awards:
For single applicant grants: $70,000-$100,000 for each 12-month budget period.
For consortia or partnership grants: $90,000-$120,000 for each 12- month budget period.
Estimated Average Size of Awards:
For single applicant grants: $83,603.
For consortia or partnership grants: $101,000.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $100,000 for a single applicant for a single budget period of 12 months, or an award exceeding $120,000 for a consortium or partnership applicant for a single budget period of 12 months.

Estimated Number of Awards: 30.

TanyelleRichardson
Tanyelle.Richardson@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-6391

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsugisf/index.html

84.017A International Research and Studies Program

1. Eligible Applicants: Public and private agencies, organizations, institutions, and individuals.

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Estimated Available Funds: $900,000.

Estimated Range of Awards: $36,000-$60,000 for each 12-month budget period.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $48,000.

Estimated Number of Awards: 18.

Cheryl Gibbs
cheryl.gibbs@ed.gov
Fax (202) 453-6742
Telephone (202) 453-5690

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsirs/index.html

84.021A Fulbright Hays Group Projects Abroad Program: Short-Term Projects.

1. Eligible Applicants: (1) IHEs, (2) State educational agencies, (3) private nonprofit educational organizations, and (4) consortia of these entities. Eligible Participants: Citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States, who are (1) faculty members who teach modern foreign languages or area studies at an IHE, (2) teachers in elementary or secondary schools, (3) experienced education administrators responsible for planning, conducting, or supervising programs in modern foreign language or area studies at the elementary, secondary, or postsecondary levels, or (4) graduate studen

Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) Proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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Estimated Available Funds: $3,332,000.
Estimated Range of Awards:
GPA short-term projects: $50,000-$180,000.
GPA long-term projects: $50,000-$300,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards:
GPA short-term projects: $100,059.
GPA long-term projects: $215,025.
Maximum Award: We will not make a GPA short-term award exceeding $180,000 for a single project period of 18 months. We will not make a GPA long-term project award exceeding $300,000 for a single budget period of 24 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 21.
GPA short-term projects: 10.
GPA long-term projects: 11.

Cory Neal
GPA@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-6137

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsgpa/index.html

84.021B Fulbright Hays Group Projects Abroad Program: Long-Term Projects.

1. Eligible Applicants: (1) IHEs, (2) State educational agencies, (3) private nonprofit educational organizations, and (4) consortia of these entities. Eligible Participants: Citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States, who are (1) faculty members who teach modern foreign languages or area studies at an IHE, (2) teachers in elementary or secondary schools, (3) experienced education administrators responsible for planning, conducting, or supervising programs in modern foreign language or area studies at the elementary, secondary, or postsecondary levels, or (4) graduate students, or juniors or seniors in an IHE, who plan teaching careers in modern foreign languages or area studies.

Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) Proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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Estimated Available Funds: $3,332,000.
Estimated Range of Awards:
GPA short-term projects: $50,000-$180,000.
GPA long-term projects: $50,000-$300,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards:
GPA short-term projects: $100,059.
GPA long-term projects: $215,025.
Maximum Award: We will not make a GPA short-term award exceeding $180,000 for a single project period of 18 months. We will not make a GPA long-term project award exceeding $300,000 for a single budget period of 24 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 21.
GPA short-term projects: 10.
GPA long-term projects: 11.

Cory Neal
GPA@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-6137

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsgpa/index.html

84.153A - Business and International Education (BIE) Program

1. Eligible Applicants: Institutions of higher education (IHEs) that have entered into agreements with business enterprises, trade organizations, or associations that are engaged in international economic activity--or a consortium of these enterprises, organizations, or associations--for the purposes of pursuing the activities authorized under this program.

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Estimated Available Funds: $1,663,532.
Estimated Range of Awards: $70,000-$95,000 for each 12-month budget period.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $84,210.
Estimated Number of Awards: 20.

Tanyelle Richardson
tanyelle.richardson@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-6391

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsbie/index.html

84.220A - Centers for International Business Education (CIBE) Program

1. Eligible Applicants: IHEs (as defined in section 101 of the HEA) or consortia of IHEs

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12/16/2021

Estimated Available Funds: $4,571,400.
Estimated Range of Awards: $265,000-$305,000 per year.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $285,000 per year
. Estimated Number of Awards: 16

Timothy Duvall
timothy.duvall@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7521.

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpscibe/index.html

84.274A - American Overseas Research Centers

Consortia of United States Institutions of HigherEducation that receive more than 50 percent of their funding from public orprivate United States sources, have a permanent presence in the country inwhich the center is located, and are organizations described in section501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, which are exempt fromtaxation under section 501(a) of such Code.

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$1,000,000

Estimated Range of Awards: $46,000-$70,000 for each 12-month budget period.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $58,000.
Estimated Number of

Awards: 17.

Cheryl Gibbs
Cheryl.Gibbs@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-5690

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsaorc/index.html

TBD = To be determined

(As of November 5, 2021)

Chart 3 A- Office of Postsecondary Education

Higher Education Programs (OPE/HEP)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in the chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Office of Postsecondary Education, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, Washington, DC 20006, Telephone: (202) 453-6138. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

OPE/HEP
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Maximum or Average Size/
Number
of Awards
Program Contact Person Program Web Page

84.031A - Strengthening Institutions Program

This program is authorized by title III, part A, of the HEA. To qualify as an eligible institution under any title III, part A program, an institution must--

(a) Be accredited or preaccredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association that the Secretary has determined to be a reliable authority as to the quality of education or training offered;

(b) Be legally authorized by the State in which it is located to be a junior or community college or to provide an educational program for which it awards a bachelors degree; and

(c) Be designated as an eligible institution by demonstrating that it: (1) has an enrollment of needy students as described in 34 CFR 607.3; and (2) has low average educational and general expenditures per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student as described in 34 CFR 607.4.

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Individual Development Grants: Estimated Range of Awards: $400,000-$450,000 per year. Estimated Average Size of Awards: $425,000 per year. Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $450,000 for a single budget period of 12 months. Estimated Number of Awards: 28. Cooperative Arrangement Development Grants: Estimated Range of Awards: $500,000-$550,000 per year. Estimated Average Size of Awards: $525,000 per year. Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $550,000 for a single budget period of 12 months. Estimated Number of Awards: 10.

Nalini Lamba-Nieves
Nalini.Lamba-Nieves@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-7953

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iduestitle3a/index.html

84.031C - Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program (STEM)

1. Eligible Applicants: (a)IHEs that qualify as eligible HSIs are eligible to apply for new grants under the HSI STEM and Articulation Program. To be an eligible HSI, an IHE must-- (i) Have an enrollment of needy students, as defined in section 502(b) of the HEA (section 502(a)(2)(A)(i) of the HEA; 20 U.S.C. 1101a(a)(2)(A)(i)); (ii) Have, except as provided in section 522(b) of the HEA, average education and general expenditures that are low, per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student, in comparison with the average education and general expenditures per FTE undergraduate student of institutions that offer similar instruction (section 502(a)(2)(A)(ii) of the HEA; 20 U.S.C. 1101a(a)(2)(A)(ii)); Note: To demonstrate an enrollment of needy students and low average education and general expenditures per FTE undergraduate student, an IHE must be designated as an eligible institution in accordance with 34 CFR 606.3 through 606.5 and the notice inviting applications for designation as an eligible institution for the fiscal year for which the grant competition is being conducted. Note: The notice announcing the FY 2021 process for designation of eligible institutions, and inviting applications for waiver of eligibility requirements, was published in the Federal Register on March 3, 2021 (86 FR 12665). A notice extending the deadline was published in the Federal Register on April 13, 2021 (86 FR 19231). Only institutions that the Department determines are eligible, or are granted a waiver, may apply for a grant in this program. (iii) Be accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association that the Secretary has determined to be a reliable authority as to the quality of education or training offered, or making reasonable progress toward accreditation, according to such an agency or association (section 502(a)(2)(A)(iv) of the HEA; 20 U.S.C. 1101a(a)(2)(A)(iv)); (iv) Be legally authorized to provide, and provides within the State, an education program for which the institution awards a bachelors degree (section 502(a)(2)(A)(iii) of the HEA; 20 U.S.C. 1101a(a)(2)(A)(iii)), or be a junior or community college (section 502(a)(2)(A)(iii) of the HEA; 20 U.S.C. 1101a(a)(2)(A)(iii)); (v) Have an enrollment of undergraduate FTE students that is at least 25 percent Hispanic students at the end of the award year immediately preceding the date of application (section 502(a)(5)(B) of the HEA; 20 U.S.C. 1101a(a)(5)(B)); Note: For this program, the end of the award year immediately preceding the date of application refers to the end of the fiscal year prior to the application due date. For purposes of this competition, the data that we will use to determine percent enrollment of undergraduate FTE of Hispanic students is from academic year 2019-2020. (b) An eligible HSI may only submit one grant application in the lead role.

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$94,100,000

Estimated Range of Awards: $700,000-$1,000,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $775,000.

Estimated Number of Awards: 96.

Jymece Seward
Jymece.Seward@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-6138

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/hsistem/index.html

84.031R/V - Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions (Part F)

1. Eligible Applicants: This program is authorized by title III, part F, of the HEA. At the time of submission of their applications, applicants must certify their total undergraduate headcount enrollment and that either 20 percent of the IHEs enrollment is Alaska Native or 10 percent is Native Hawaiian. An assurance form, which is included in the application materials for this competition, must be signed by an official for the applicant and submitted. To qualify as an eligible institution under the ANNH Program, an institution must-- (a) Be accredited or preaccredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association that the Secretary has determined to be a reliable authority as to the quality of education or training offered; (b) Be legally authorized by the State in which it is located to be a junior or community college or to provide an educational program for which it awards a bachelors degree; and (c) Be designated as an eligible institution by demonstrating that it: (1) has an enrollment of needy students as described in 34 CFR 607.3; and (2) has low average educational and general expenditures per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student as described in 34 CFR 607.4. Note: The notice announcing the FY 2021 process for designation of eligible institutions, and inviting applications for waiver of eligibility requirements, was published in the Federal Register on March 4, 2021, (86 FR 12665). Only institutions that the Department determines are eligible, or which are granted a waiver under the process described in that notice, may apply for a grant in this program. An eligible IHE that submits applications for an Individual Development Grant and a Cooperative Arrangement Development Grant in this competition may be awarded both in the same fiscal year. A grantee with an Individual Development Grant or a Cooperative Arrangement Development Grant may be a partner in one or more Cooperative Development Arrangement Grants. The lead institution in a Cooperative Arrangement Development Grant must be an eligible institution. Partners are not required to be eligible institutions. Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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$13,973,850

Individual Development Grants:

Estimated Range of Awards: $500,000-$550,000 per year.

Estimated Average Size of Awards: $525,000 per year. Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $550,000 for a single budget period of 12 months.

Estimated Number of Awards: 20.

Cooperative Arrangement Development Grants:

Estimated Range of Awards: $500,000-$600,000 per year.

Estimated Average Size of Awards: $550,000 per year.

Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $600,000 for a single budget period of 12 months.

Estimated Number of Awards: 5.

Robyn Wood
Robyn.Wood@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-7744

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iduesannh/index.html

84.044A - Talent Search Program

1. Eligible Applicants: (a) Institutions of higher education, (b) public or private agencies or organizations, including community-based organizations with experience in serving disadvantaged youth, (c) secondary schools, and (d) combinations of such institutions, agencies, and organizations, for planning, developing, or carrying out one or more of the services identified under this program.

Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) Proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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3/15/2021

$171,000,000

Estimated Range of Awards: $267,995-$1,030,588.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $391,715.
Maximum Award:
For an applicant that is not currently receiving a Talent Search Program grant, the maximum award amount is $277,375. All projects must serve a minimum of 500 participants annually and have a per participant cost of no more than $555.
For an applicant that is currently receiving a Talent Search Program grant, the maximum award amount is the greater of (a) $277,375 or (b) 100 percent of the applicant's base award amount for FY 2020. For example, an applicant that is eligible for, and requests, a $550,000 grant, must propose to serve at least 990 participants. All projects must serve a minimum of 500 participants annually and have a per participant cost of no more than $555.

Estimated Number of Awards: 473.

Antoinette Clark Edwards
Antoinette.Edwards@ed.gov
TRIO@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-7121

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/triotalent/applicant.html

84.066A - Educational Opportunity Centers Program

1. Eligible Applicants: IHEs; public and private agencies and organizations, including community-based organizations with experience in serving disadvantaged youth; secondary schools; and combinations of such institutions, agencies, and organizations.

Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) Proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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$55,994,306
Estimated Range of Awards: $232,050-$1,280,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $273,793.
Maximum Award: The maximum award varies based on whether the applicant is currently receiving an EOC Program grant, as well as the number of participants served.
For an applicant that is not currently receiving an EOC Program grant, the maximum award amount is $232,050. Applicants must have a per-participant cost of no more than $273 and propose to serve a minimum of 850 participants.
For an applicant that is currently receiving an EOC Program grant--
1. The applicant may request a maximum award amount that is an amount equal to 100 percent of the applicant's base award amount for FY 2020 to serve a minimum number of participants equal to the applicant's approved FY 2020 participant number; or
2. If the applicant proposes to reduce the number of participants to be served below the amount served in FY 2020, the proposed number of participants must be at least 850 and the per-participant cost must not exceed the applicant's cost per participant for FY 2020 or $273, whichever is greater. For example, if an applicant's per participant cost for FY 2020 is $344 and the applicant is proposing to serve 850 participants under the FY 2021 competition, the applicant would be eligible to request a $292,400 grant ($344 x 850 = $292,400).

Note: Applicants currently receiving an EOC Program grant in FY 2020 are strongly encouraged to continue to serve the same number of participants under the proposed project.

Estimated Number of Awards: 140.

Rachael Wiley Ed.D
Rachael.Wiley@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-6078

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/trioeoc/index.html

84.116D - National Center for Information and Technical Support for Postsecondary Students with Disabilities Program

1. Eligible Applicants: Under section 777(a)(3) of the HEA, an eligible entity is an IHE (as defined in this notice); a nonprofit organization; or a partnership of two or more IHEs or organizations, with demonstrated expertise in:
(a) Supporting students with disabilities in postsecondary education;
(b) Technical knowledge necessary for the dissemination of information in accessible formats;
(c) Working with diverse types of IHEs, including community colleges; and
(d) The subjects necessary to support students across the broad spectrum of disabilities.

9/22/2021

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10/22/2021

Estimated Available Funds: $1,980,000.
Estimated Average Size of Award: $1,980,000.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $1,980,000 for a project period of 48 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 1.

Shedita Alston
Shedita.Alston@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-7090

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/ncitspsd/index.html

84.116N - Basic Needs Program

1. Eligible Applicants: Community Colleges (as defined in this notice) that are Minority-Serving Institutions (as defined in this notice), Historically Black colleges and universities (as defined in this notice), or Tribal Colleges or Universities (as defined in this notice).

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Estimated Available Funds: $4,950,000.
Estimated Range of Awards: $750,000 to $990,000 over 36 months.
Estimated Average Size of Award: $865,000.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $990,000 for a single budget period of 36 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 5.

Njeri Clark
Njeri.Clark@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-6224.

 

84.116S - Modeling and Simulation Programs

1. Eligible Applicants: A public or private nonprofit institution of higher education, as defined in section 101(a) of the HEA.

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Estimated Available Funds: $6,930,000. Approximately fifty percent of available funds will be used to fund an award under Absolute Priority 1, and approximately 50 percent will be used to fund an award under Absolute Priority 2.
Estimated Range of Awards: $750,000 to $1,155,000 for a performance period of 36 months. Estimated Average Award Size: $866,250.
Maximum Award: $1,155,000 for a performance period of 36 months.
Note: Applicants may include in their award requests up to 10 percent for activities related to task force participation.
Estimated Number of Awards: 8.

Robin M. Dabney
Robin.Dabney@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7908.

 

84.116V - Center of Educational Excellence for Black Teachers (CEEBT) Program at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Program

Center of Educational Excellence for Black Teachers (CEEBT) Program at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Program

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Estimated Available Funds: $1,980,000.
Maximum Award: Up to $1,980,000 for 36 months.
Note: The maximum award is based on a 3-year budget period. Applicants will need to prepare a multiyear budget request for up to 3 years.
Estimated Number of Awards: Up to 2.

Wendy Lawrence
Wendy.Lawrence@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-7821

 

84.116W - Rural Postsecondary and Economic Development Program

1. Eligible Applicants: For the FY 2021 grant competition in accordance with section 437(d)(1) of GEPA, the following are eligible applicants: Public and private nonprofit institutions of higher education (IHEs), as defined in section 101 of the HEA, with enrollment of at least 30 percent of students who attended high schools located in rural areas (as defined in this notice).

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Estimated Available Funds: $9,900,000.
Estimated Range of Awards: $1,100,000 to $1,237,500.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $1,200,
Maximum Award: $1,237,500.
Note: The maximum award is based on a 3-year budget period. Applicants will need to prepare a multiyear budget request for up to 3 years.
Estimated Number of Awards: 8.

Kurrinn Abrams
Kurrinn.Abrams@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7906

 

84.116Y - Transitioning Gang-Involved Youth to Higher Education Program

1. Eligible Applicants: Community colleges (as defined in this notice).

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Estimated Available Funds: $990,000.
Maximum Award: $990,000 for a single budget period of 36 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 1.

Jymece Seward
Jymece.Seward@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-6138.

 

84.120A- Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program

1. Eligible Applicants: The eligibility of an applicant is dependent on the type of MSEIP grant the applicant seeks. There are four types of MSEIP grants: institutional project, special project, cooperative project, and design project. Institutional project grants are grants that support the implementation of a comprehensive science improvement plan, which may include any combination of activities for improving the preparation of minority students for careers in science. There are two types of special project grants. First, there are special project grants for which only minority institutions are eligible. These special project grants support activities that: (1) improve quality training in science and engineering at minority institutions; or (2) enhance the minority institutions' general scientific research capabilities. There also are special project grants for which all applicants are eligible. These special project grants support activities that: (1) provide a needed service to a group of eligible minority institutions; or (2) provide in-service training for project directors, scientists, and engineers from eligible minority institutions. Cooperative project grants assist groups of nonprofit accredited colleges and universities to work together to conduct a science improvement program. Design project grants assist minority institutions that do not have their own appropriate resources or personnel to plan and develop long-range science improvement programs. We will not award design project grants in the FY 2021 competition. (a) For institutional project grants, eligible applicants are limited to-- (1) Public and private nonprofit institutions of higher education that: (i) award baccalaureate degrees; and (ii) are minority institutions; (2) Public or private nonprofit institutions of higher education that: (i) award associate degrees; and (ii) are minority institutions that (A) have a curriculum that includes science or engineering subjects; and (B) enter into a partnership with public or private nonprofit institutions of higher education that award baccalaureate degrees in science and engineering. (b) For special project grants for which only minority institutions are eligible, eligible applicants are described in paragraph (a). (c) For special project grants for which all applicants are eligible, eligible applicants include those described in paragraph (a), and-- (1) Nonprofit science-oriented organizations, professional scientific societies, and institutions of higher education that award baccalaureate degrees that: (i) provide a needed service to a group of minority institutions; or (ii) provide in-service training to project directors, scientists, and engineers from minority institutions; or (2) A consortia of organizations that provide needed services to one or more minority institutions, the membership of which may include: (i) institutions of higher education which have a curriculum in science or engineering; (ii) institutions of higher education that have a graduate or professional program in science or engineering; (iii) research laboratories of, or under contract with, the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, or the National Institutes of Health; (iv) relevant offices of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Science Foundation, and National Institute of Standards and Technology; (v) quasi-governmental entities that have a significant scientific or engineering mission; or (vi) institutions of higher education that have State-sponsored centers for research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. (d) For cooperative project grants, eligible applicants are groups of nonprofit accredited colleges and universities whose primary fiscal agent is an eligible minority institution as defined in 34 CFR 637.4(b). Note: As defined in 34 CFR 637.4(b), minority institution means an accredited college or university whose enrollment of a single minority group or a combination of minority groups as defined in 34 CFR 637.4 exceeds 50 percent of the total enrollment. The Secretary verifies this information from the data on enrollments (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 12-Month Enrollment survey) furnished by the institution to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), United States Department of Education.[1] Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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Estimated Available Funds: $3,021,891. Estimated Range of Awards:
Institutional Project Grants: $200,000-$250,000.
Special Project Grants: $200,000-$250,000.
Cooperative Project Grants: $275,000-$300,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards:
Institutional Project Grants: $225,000.
Special Project Grants: $225,000.
Cooperative Project Grants: $287,500.
Maximum Awards:
Institutional Project Grants: $250,000.
Special Project Grants: $250,000.
Cooperative Project Grants: $300,000.
Estimated Number of Awards:
Institutional Project Grants: 10.
Special Project Grants: 2.
Cooperative Project Grants: 1.

Bernadette Hence
Bernadette.Hence@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7913

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/iduesmsi/index.html

84.200A - Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN)

1. Eligible Applicants:
(a) Any academic department of an IHE that provides a course of study that--
(i) Leads to a graduate degree in an area of national need; and
(ii) Has been in existence for at least four years at the time of an application for a grant under this competition; or
(b) An academic department of an IHE that--
(i) Satisfies the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section; and
(ii) Submits a joint application with one or more eligible non- degree-granting institutions that have formal arrangements for the support of doctoral dissertation research with one or more degree-granting institutions.

Note: Students are not eligible to apply for grants under this program.

Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) Proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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$20,425,000

Estimated Range of Awards: $101,460-$405,840.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $275,000
Estimated Number of Awards: 72.

Rebecca Ell
Reshone.moore@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-6348
OPE_GAANN_Program@ed.gov

or

ReShone Moore
Reshone.moore@ed.gov
Telephone: 202-453-7624

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/gaann/index.html

84.334A -Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP); Partnership Grants

1. Eligible Applicants: Partnerships consisting of (a) at least one LEA and (b) at least one degree-granting IHE. Partnerships may include not less than two other community organizations or entities, such as businesses, professional organizations, State agencies, institutions or agencies sponsoring programs authorized under the Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Program authorized in part A, subpart 4, of title IV of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1070c et seq.), or other public or private agencies or organizations (20 U.S.C. 1070a-21(c)(2)). Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

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$35,617,582

Estimated Range of Awards: $100,000 - $5,000,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $1,200,000. Maximum Award: We will not fund any application for a partnership grant above the maximum award of $800 per student for a single budget period of 12 months. Additionally, no funding will be awarded for increases in years two through seven.

28 Awards

Ben Witthoefft
Ben.Witthoefft@ed.gov
Telephone: (202)) 453-7576

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/gearup/index.

84.334S - Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP); State Grants

1. Eligible Applicants: States (as defined in section 103(20) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1003(20)), which includes the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, Guam, American Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the Freely Associated States. Per congressional direction in House Report 116-450 and reinforced in the Explanatory Statement to the Department of Education Appropriations Act, 2021 (Pub. L. 116-260), only States without an active State GEAR UP grant, or States that have an active State GEAR UP grant that is scheduled to end prior to October 1, 2021, are eligible to receive a new State GEAR UP award in this competition. States with grants remaining open beyond October 1, 2021, for a no-cost extension period or for the sole purpose of data collection and analysis activities, are not considered active for purposes of implementing this directive.

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$35,617,582

Estimated Range of Awards: $2,500,000-$5,000,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $3,535,000. Maximum Award: We will not make an award for a State grant exceeding $5,000,000 for a single budget period of 12 months. Additionally, no funding will be awarded for increases in years two through seven.

11 Awards

Ben Witthoefft
Ben.Witthoefft@ed.gov
Telephone: (202)) 453-7576

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/gearup/index.

84.335A - Child Care Access Means Parentsin School (CCAMPIS) Program

1. Eligible Applicants: Institutions of higher education that awarded a total of $250,000 or more of Federal Pell Grant funds during FY 2020 to students enrolled at the institution.

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$43,500,000

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Tanisha Hamblin-Johnson, Ed.D.
tanisha.johnson@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-6090

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/campisp/index.html

84.382A - Predominantly Black Institutions Competitive Grant Program

1. Eligible Applicants: To qualify as an eligible institution under the PBI-C Program, an institution of higher education (IHE) must--

(a) Have an enrollment of needy students, as defined by section 371(c)(3) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1067q(c)(3)).

The term enrollment of needy students means the enrollment at the eligible IHE with respect to which not less than 50 percent of the undergraduate students enrolled in an academic program leading to a degree

(i) In the second fiscal year preceding the fiscal year for which the determination is made, were Federal Pell Grant recipients for such year;

(ii) Come from families that receive benefits under a means-tested Federal benefit program (as defined in section 371(c)(5) of the HEA, 20 U.S.C. 1067q(c)(5));

(iii) Attended a public or nonprofit private secondary school that--

(A) Is in the school district of an LEA that was eligible for assistance under part A of title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended (ESEA) (20 U.S.C. 6311 et seq.), for any year during which the student attended such secondary school; and

(B) For the purpose of this paragraph and for that year, was determined by the Secretary (pursuant to regulations and after consultation with the State educational agency of the State in which the school is located) to be a school in which the enrollment of children counted under a measure of poverty described in section 1113(a)(5) of the ESEA (20 U.S.C. 6313(a)(5)) exceeds 30 percent of the total enrollment of such school; or

(iv) Are first-generation college students, as that term is defined in section 402A(h) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1070a-11(h)), and a majority of such first-generation college students are low-income individuals, as that term is defined in section 402A(h) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1070a-11(h));

(b) Have an average educational and general expenditure that is low, per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student, in comparison with the average educational and general expenditure per FTE undergraduate student of IHEs that offer similar instruction. The Secretary may waive this requirement, in accordance with section 392(b) of the HEA (20 U.S.C.1068a(b)), in the same manner as the Secretary applies the waiver requirements to grant applicants under section 312(b)(1)(B) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1058(b)(1)(B));

(c) Have an enrollment of undergraduate students--

(i) That is at least 40 percent Black American students;

(ii) That is at least 1,000 undergraduate students;

(iii) Of which not less than 50 percent of the undergraduate students enrolled at the institution are low-income individuals, as that term is defined in section 402A(h) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1070a-11(h)), or first-generation college students, as that term is defined in section 402A(h) of the HEA (20 U.S.C. 1070a-11(h)); and

(iv) Of which not less than 50 percent of the undergraduate students are enrolled in an educational program leading to a bachelors or associates degree that the institution is licensed to award by the State in which the institution is located;

(d) Be legally authorized to provide, and provide, within the State an educational program for which the IHE awards a bachelors degree or, in the case of a junior or community college, an associates degree;

(e) Be accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association determined by the Secretary to be a reliable authority as to the quality of training offered, or be, according to such an agency or association, making reasonable progress toward accreditation; and

(f) Not be receiving assistance under part B of title III or part A of title V of the HEA or an annual authorization of appropriations under the Act of March 2, 1867 (20 U.S.C. 123).

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Estimated Available Funds: $14,115,000.
Estimated Range of Awards: $400,000 - $600,000.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $564,600.
Maximum Awards: We will not make an award exceeding $600,000 for a single budget period of 12 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 25.

Kelly Harris
Kelly.Harris@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7346.

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Ashley Hillary
Ashley.Hillary@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7880.

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/pbi/index.html

84.382B - Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions Program AANAPISI

1. Eligible Applicants:

This program is authorized by title III, part F, of the HEA. At the time of submission of their applications, applicants must certify their total undergraduate headcount enrollment and that at least 10 percent of the IHEs enrollment is Asian American or Native American Pacific Islander. An assurance form, which is included in the application materials for this competition, must be signed by an official for the applicant and submitted.

To qualify as an eligible institution under the AANAPISI Program, an institution must--

(i) Be accredited or preaccredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association that the Secretary has determined to be a reliable authority as to the quality of education or training offered;

(ii) Be legally authorized by the State in which it is located to be a junior or community college or to provide an educational program for which it awards a bachelor's degree; and

(iii) Be designated as an eligible institution, as defined in 34 CFR 600.2, by demonstrating that it: (1) has an enrollment of needy students as described in 34 CFR 607.3; and (2) has low average educational and general expenditures per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student as described in 34 CFR 607.4.

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Estimated Available Funds: $4,638,703.

Individual Development Grants:
Estimated Range of Awards: $250,000-$300,000 per year.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $275,000 per year.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $300,000 for a single budget period of 12 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 12.

Cooperative Arrangement Development Grants:
Estimated Range of Awards: $350,000-$400,000 per year.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $375,000 per year.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $400,000 for a single budget period of 12 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 4.

Note: The Department is not bound by any estimates in this notice.

Pearson Owens
Pearson.Owens@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7997

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/aanapi/index.html

84.382C - Native American-Serving Nontribal Institutions Program NASNTI

1. Eligible Applicants: This program is authorized by title III, part F, of the HEA. At the time of submission of their applications, applicants must certify their total undergraduate headcount enrollment and that 10 percent of the IHEs enrollment is Native American. An assurance form, which is included in the application materials for this competition, must be signed by an official for the applicant and submitted. To qualify as an eligible institution under the NASNTI Program, an institution must-- (i) Be accredited or preaccredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association that the Secretary has determined to be a reliable authority as to the quality of education or training offered; (ii) Be legally authorized by the State in which it is located to be a junior or community college or to provide an educational program for which it awards a bachelor's degree; and (iii) Be designated as an eligible institution, by demonstrating that it: (1) has an enrollment of needy students as described in 34 CFR 607.3; and (2) has low average educational and general expenditures per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student as described in 34 CFR 607.4.

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Estimated Available Funds: $4,700,000.
Individual Development Grants:
Estimated Range of Awards: $350,000-$450,000 per year.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $400,000 per year.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $450,000 for a single budget period of 12 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 8
Cooperative Arrangement Development Grants:
Estimated Range of Awards: $450,000-$550,000 per year
Estimated Average Size of Awards: $500,000 per year.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $500,000 for a single budget period of 12 months
Estimated Number of Awards: 3.

Don Crews
Don.Crews@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 502-7574

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/nasnti/index.html

84.407C - Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities-National Technical Assistance and Dissemination Center (PPSID-NTAD) Program

1. Eligible Applicants: We are establishing the following eligibility requirement for the FY 2021 grant competition and any subsequent year in which we make awards from the list of unfunded applications from this competition, in accordance with section 437(d) (1) of GEPA. To be eligible to apply for a grant under this competition, the applicant must be an entity, or partnership of entities, that has demonstrated expertise in the fields of
(a) Higher education;
(b) The education of SWIDS;
(c) The development of comprehensive transition and postsecondary programs for students SWIDs; and
(d) Evaluation and technical assistance.

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Estimated Available Funds: $1,980,000.
Estimated Average Size of Award: $1,980,000.
Maximum Award: We will not make an award exceeding $1,980,000 for a project period of 12 months.
Estimated Number of Awards: 1.

Shedita.Alston
Shedita.Alston@ed.gov
Telephone: (202) 453-7090

TBD = To be determined

(As of November 18, 2021)

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Chart 4 - Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

Office of Special Education Programs (OSERS/OSEP)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in this chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, U.S. Department of Education, 550 12th Street SW, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20202-2600. The preferred method for requesting information is to FAX your request to the contact person listed in the chart below. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

OSERS/OSEP
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Average Size/Number of Awards Program Contact Person Program Web Page

84.323A State Personnel Development Grants

Eligible Applicants: A State educational agency (SEA) of one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or an outlying area (United States Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands).

TBD

TBD

$25,719,642(Total)

18 awards

Jennifer Coffey
Jennifer.coffey@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6673

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/osepsig/index.html

84.325A Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform (CEEDAR) Center (Recompete)

Institutions of higher education and private nonprofit organizations

TBD

 

TBD

$3,500,000(Total)

1 Award

David Guardino
David.Guardino@ed.gov
Telephone (202) (202) 245-6209

 

84.325D Preparation of Special Education, Early Intervention, and Related Services Leadership Personnel

Institutions of higher education and private nonprofit organizations.

TBD

TBD

$6,250.000 (Total)
($250,000 each)

25 Awards

Celia Rosenquist
Celia.Rosenquist@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245 7373

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/oseptad/index.html

84.325E PNational Center for Development and Dissemination of Digital Open-Educational Tools and Resources Supported by Evidence to Enhance Preparation and Professional Development for Personnel Serving Students with Disabilities (IRIS) (Recompete)

Institutions of higher education and private nonprofit organizations.

TBD

TBD

$1,200,000 (Total)

1 Awards

Sarah Allen
Sarah.Allen@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245- 7875

 

84.325K-1 Focus A (Early Childhood) Interdisciplinary Preparation in Special Education, Early Intervention, and Related Services for Personnel Serving Children with Disabilities who have High-Intensity Needs

Institutions of higher education and private nonprofit organizations.

TBD

 

TBD

$4,750,000 (Total)
($250,00 each)

19 Awards / 5 years

Sunyoung Ahn
Sunyoung.Ahn@ed.gov
Telephone (202-245-6460)

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/osepprep/index.html

84.325K-2 Focus B (School Age) Interdisciplinary Preparation in Special Education, Early Intervention, and Related Services for Personnel Serving Children with Disabilities who have High-Intensity Needs

Institutions of higher education and private nonprofit organizations.

TBD

 

TBD

$7,250,000 (Total)
($250,00 each)

20 Awards / 5 years

Carlene Reid
Carlene.Reid@ed.gov
Telephone 202-245-6139

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/osepprep/index.html

84.325C Early Childhood Equity Center (ECEC) (New investment)

Institutions of higher education and private nonprofit organizations.

TBD

 

 

$2,000,000 (Total)

1 Award

Tracie Dickson
Tracie.Dickson@ed.gov
Telephone 202-245-7844

 

84.326B Technical Assistance Center on Positive Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Outcomes for Young Children with Disabilities (Recompete of NCPMI)

Institutions and higher education and private nonprofit organization.

TBD

 

TBD

$1,100,000 (Total)

1 Award

Sunyoung Ahn
Sunyoung.Ahn@ed.gov

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/osepprep/index.html

84.326K State Implementation and Scaling-up of Evidence-based Practices (SISEP) Center

Eligible Applicants: SEAs; LEAs, including public charter schools that are considered LEAs under State law; IHEs; other public agencies; private nonprofit organizations; freely associated States and outlying areas; Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations; and for-profit organizations.

TBD

 

TBD

$1,200,000 (Total)

1 awards 5 years

Jennifer Coffey
Jennifer.Coffet@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6673

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/oseptad/index.html

84.326M Model Demonstration Projects to Improve Coaching and Induction

Eligible Applicants: State educational agencies (SEAs); LEAs, including charter schools that are considered LEAs under State law; IHEs; other public agencies; private nonprofit organizations; outlying areas; freely associated States; Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations; and for-profit organizations.

TBD

 

TBD

$1,200,000 (Total)

$400,000 (each

3 awards 4 years

Carmen Sanchez
Carmen.Sanchez@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6673

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/oseptad/index.html

84.326P Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTA) (Recompete)

Institutions of higher education and private nonprofit organizations

TBD

 

TBD

$5,400,000

Julia Martin Eile
Julia.Martin.Elie@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-7431

 

84.327D Educational Materials in Accessible Formats for Students with Visual Impairments and other Print Disabilities

Eligible Applicants: State educational agencies (SEAs); local educational agencies (LEAs), including public charter schools that are considered LEAs under State law; IHEs; other public agencies; private nonprofit organizations; freely associated States and outlying areas; Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations; and for-profit organizations.

TBD

 

TBD

$8,500,000

1 Awards / 5 years

Rebecca Sheffield
Rebecca.Sheffield@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245 6725

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/oseptms/index.html

84.327S Stepping-Up Technology Implementation

Eligible Applicants: SEAs; LEAs, including public charter schools that operate as LEAs under State law; IHEs; other public agencies; private nonprofit organizations; freely associated States and outlying areas; Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations; and for-profit organizations

TBD

 

TBD

$1,500,000 (Total)

$500,000 (each)

3 awards 5 years

Terry Jackson
Terry.Jackson@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6039

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/oseptms/applicant.html

84.327V Utilizing Innovative Technology-Based Approaches for Assessing Children with Disabilities

Eligible Applicants: State educational agencies (SEAs); local educational agencies (LEAs), including public charter schools that are considered LEAs under State law; IHEs; other public agencies; private nonprofit organizations; freely associated States and outlying areas; Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations; and for-profit organizations

TBD

 

 

$2,000,000 (Total)

($500,000 each)

2 Awards

Terry Jackson
Terry.Jackson@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6039

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/oseptms/index.html

84.737Q:National Technical Assistance Center to Improve State Capacity to Report and Use Data in Accessible Formats

Eligible Applicants: Local parent organizations. Note: A “local parent organization” is a private nonprofit organization (other than an institution of higher education (IHE)). Section 672(a)(2) of IDEA requires that an eligible local parent organization-- (a) Has a board of directors the majority of whom are parents of children with disabilities ages birth through 26 from the community to be served; and (b) Has as its mission serving families of children with disabilities who – (1) are ages birth through 26; and (2) have the full range of disabilities described in section 602(3) of IDEA

TBD

 

TBD

$3,000,000(Total)

1 award

Richelle Davis
Richelle.Davis@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6595

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/oseptms/index.html

84.380W:Direct Appropriation:Special Olympics (annual)

Special Olympics

TBD

 

TBD

$23,683,000

1 award / 1 year

TerryJackson
Terry.Jackson@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6039

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/osepoly/index.html

84.283D National Center on Literacy (NCIL)

Eligible Applicants: Research organizations, institutions, agencies, institutions of higher education, or partnerships among such entities, or individuals, with the demonstrated ability or capacity to carry out the activities described in this notice

TBD

 

TBD

$6,580,800(Total)

1 Award / 5 years

Kristen Rhoads
Kristen.Rhoads@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245 6715

 

TBD - To be determined

(As of November 18, 2021)

Chart 4B - Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

Rehabilitation Services Administration (OSERS/RSA)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in this chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, U.S. Department of Education, 550 12th Street SW, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20202-2800. The preferred method for requesting information is to FAX your request to the contact person in the chart below. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

OSERS/RSA
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Available Funds/Number of Awards Program Contact Person Program Web Page

84.160DInterpreter Training Program - Interpreter Training in Specialized Areas Training, Technical Assistance

Eligible Applicants: State and public or nonprofit agencies and organizations, including American Indian Tribes and IHEs.
Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicants certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

7/26/2021

PDF

8/30/2021

$3,360,000

8 Awards

Kristen Rhinehart
160D@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6103

https://rsa.ed.gov/about/programs/training-of-Interpreters

84.246KRehabilitation Short Term Training CAP- Rehabilitation Short-Term Training - Client Assistance Program

States and public or nonprofit agencies and organizations, including Indian tribes and IHEs.

6/23/2021

PDF

8/9/2021

$308,000

1 Award

Felipe Lulli
Felipe.Lulli@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-7425

https://rsa.ed.gov/about/programs/rehabilitation-training-short-term

84.250N AIVRS - American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services

The governing body of an Indian tribe or consortia of such governing bodies located on federal and state reservations.

12/23/2020

PDF

4/22/2021

$27,086,128

51 Awards

August Martin
August.Martin@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-7410

https://rsa.ed.gov/about/programs/american-indian-vocational-rehabilitation-services

84.250P AIVRS - American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services (AIVRS)

1. Eligible Applicants: Applications may be made only by Indian Tribes (and consortia of those Indian Tribes) located on Federal and State reservations. The definition of “Indian Tribe” in section 7(19)(B) of the Rehabilitation Act is “any Federal or State Indian tribe, band, rancheria, pueblo, colony, or community, including any Alaskan native village or regional village corporation (as defined in or established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act) and a tribal organization (as defined in section 4(1) of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 450b(1)).” “Reservation” is defined in 34 CFR 371.6 as “a Federal or State Indian reservation, public domain Indian allotment, former Indian reservation in Oklahoma, land held by incorporated Native groups, regional corporations and village corporations under the provisions of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act; or a defined area of land recognized by a State or the Federal Government where there is a concentration of tribal members and on which the tribal government is providing structured activities and services.” The applicant for an AIVRS grant must be-- (1) The governing body of an Indian Tribe, either on behalf of the Indian Tribe or on behalf of a consortium of Indian Tribes; or (2) A Tribal organization that is a separate legal organization from an Indian Tribe. To receive an AIVRS grant, a Tribal organization that is not a governing body of an Indian Tribe must-- (1) Have as one of its functions the vocational rehabilitation of American Indians with disabilities; and (2) Have the approval of the Tribe to be served by such organization. If a grant is made to the governing body of an Indian Tribe, either on its own behalf or on behalf of a consortium, or to a Tribal organization to perform services benefiting more than one Indian Tribe, the approval of each such Indian Tribe shall be a prerequisite to the making of such a grant.

11/16/2021

PDF

3/16/2022

Estimated Available Funds: $4,369,250
Estimated Range of Awards: $300,000-$550,000.
Estimated Average Size of Award: $546,156.
Estimated Number of Awards: 8.

Joy Harris
Joy.Harris@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-8240

https://rsa.ed.gov/about/programs/american-indian-vocational-rehabilitation-services

84.250Z AIVRS TTAC - American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Training and Technical Assistance Center

The governing body of an Indian tribe or consortia of such governing bodies located on federal and state reservations.

3/16/2021

PDF

6/14/2021

$ 1,013,000

1 Award

Jerry Elliott
Jerry.Elliott@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-7335

https://rsa.ed.gov/about/programs/american-indian-vocational-rehabilitation-services-training-and-technical-assistance-center

84.315C Section 21, Traditionally Underserved Population

Minority entities and Indian Tribes

4/13/2021

PDF

6/14/2021

$910,490

1 Award

Kristen Rhinehart
315C@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-6103

https://rsa.ed.gov/index.php/about/programs/traditionally-underserved-populations-program

84.421C - DIF Career Advancement Initiative Model Demonstration Project-- Disability Innovation Fund, Career Advancement Initiative Model Demonstration Projects

State VR agencies or State VR agencies applying as a consortium under 34 CFR 75.128.

1/7/2021

PDF

4/7/2021

$110,000,000

7 Awards (if all awards are made at the estimated maximum amounts) to 37 (if all awards are made at the estimated minimum amount).

Cassandra Shoffler
Cassandra.Shoffler@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-7827

https://rsa.ed.gov/about/programs/disability-innovation-fund-career-advancement-initiative-model-demonstration-project

TBD - To be determined.

-

(As of January 19, 2021)

Chart 5 - Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in this chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education, 550 12th Street SW, 11th Floor, Washington, DC 20202-2800. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

To obtain Grant Application Packages, please contact: The Education Publication Center, PO Box 1398, Jessup, Maryland 20794-1398. Telephone; 1-877-433-7827. TDD: 1-877-576-7734. Fax 301-470-1244. Email: customerservice@edpubs.org. Web site: https://edpubs.gov/

OCTAE
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Average Size/Number of Awards Program Contact Person Program Web Page

84.259A

1. Eligible Applicants: The following entities are eligible to apply under this competition: (a) Community-based organizations primarily serving and representing Native Hawaiians. For purposes of the NHCTEP, a community-based organization means a public or private organization that provides career and technical education, or related services, to individuals in the Native Hawaiian community. (b) Any community-based organization may apply individually or as part of a consortium with one or more eligible community-based organizations. (Eligible applicants seeking to apply for funds as a consortium must meet the requirements in 34 CFR 75.127-75.129.).
Note: If you are a nonprofit organization, under 34 CFR 75.51, you may demonstrate your nonprofit status by providing: (1) Proof that the Internal Revenue Service currently recognizes the applicant as an organization to which contributions are tax deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; (2) a statement from a State taxing body or the State attorney general certifying that the organization is a nonprofit organization operating within the State and that no part of its net earnings may lawfully benefit any private shareholder or individual; (3) a certified copy of the applicant's certificate of incorporation or similar document if it clearly establishes the nonprofit status of the applicant; or (4) any item described above if that item applies to a State or national parent organization, together with a statement by the State or parent organization that the applicant is a local nonprofit affiliate.

1/19/2021

PDF

3/22/2021

$3,176,000 for the first 12 months of the project period.

9-10 Awards

Jim Means
NHCTEPgrant@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 245-8222

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/ctenhvep/index.html

TBD - To be determined.

-

(As of February 22, 2021)

Chart 6 - Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA)

For any application notice not already published, the dates in this chart are estimates. For further information regarding any of the following competitions, please contact the person in the listing below at the Office of English Language Acquisition, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue SW., room 3W344, Washington, DC 20202-6110. Telephone: (202) 260-1925. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD), you may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.

To obtain Grant Application Packages, please contact: The Education Publication Center, PO Box 1398, Jessup Maryland 20794-1398. Telephone: 1-877-433-7827. TDD: 1-877-576-7734. Fax: 301-470-1244. Email: mailto: customerservice@edpubs.org or Web site: https://edpubs.gov/

OELA
Assistance Listing No. (formerly CFDA No.) and Name
Eligible Entities Application Notice Link to Notice Application Deadline Estimated Average Size/Number of Awards Program Contact Person Program Web Page

84.365C – Native American and Alaska Native Children in School Program

1. Eligible Applicants: The following entities, when they operate elementary, secondary, or postsecondary schools primarily for Native American children (including Alaska Native children), are eligible applicants under this program: (a) Indian Tribes. (b) Tribally sanctioned educational authorities. (c) Native Hawaiian or Native American Pacific Islander native language educational organizations. (d) Elementary schools or secondary schools that are operated or funded by the Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Education, or a consortium of these schools. (e) Elementary schools or secondary schools operated under a contract with or grant from the Bureau of Indian Education in consortium with another such school or a Tribal or community organization. (f) Elementary schools or secondary schools operated by the Bureau of Indian Education and an IHE, in consortium with an elementary school or secondary school operated under a contract with or a grant from the Bureau of Indian Education or a Tribal or community organization

12/18/2020

PDF

03/03/2021

$3,300,000

8

Celeste McLaughlin
Celeste.McLaughlin@ed.gov
Telephone (202) 453-6054

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/naancs/index.html

84.365Z – National Professional Development Program

Institutions of higher education (IHEs) or public or private entities with relevant experience and capacity, in consortia with State educational agencies (SEAs) or local educational agencies (LEAs)

2/22/2021

PDF

4/23/2021

$25,500,000

42

Francisco Javier Lopez
Francisco Javier Lopez
Telephone (202) 401-1433

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/nfdp/index.html

Grants information page

This document last updated on 11/23/2021