Communities of Excellence: Idaho's Charter Schools Program (CSP) Grant
Opens Sep 4 2019 12:00 AM (MDT)
Deadline Oct 16 2019 05:00 PM (MDT)
Description

Idaho’s Communities of Excellence Federal CSP Program represents $17.1 million in funds available to help Idaho expand opportunities for students to attend excellent public charter schools that meet and exceed state academic standards. Idaho’s Communities of Excellence project has three objectives:

  • Increase the number of quality charter school seats by 8,200 students, especially for our most educationally disadvantaged and rural students, through start-up, replication and expansion
  • Support the Idaho Public Charter School Commission in expanding its quality authorizing efforts while disseminating and supporting best practices for other authorizers statewide
  • Evaluate and disseminate widely the successes and lessons of highly-quality charter schools to impact the broader education system.

Please read the Request for Applications documenting who is eligible before applying.

Applications for the second cohort will be open until Wednesday, October 16, 2019 and will close at 5:00 MST. Late applications will not be accepted.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

After creating an online profile in Bluum’s online application portal, there will be a list of tasks and supporting documents in addition to the application with project narrative. Bluum will provide technical assistance to applicants, as well as help desk support from the Survey Monkey Apply team. Please email grantscsp@bluum.org for additional details and /or with any questions or comments.

PLEASE NOTE: Do not attach curriculum, invoices, or any other document not specifically required as an attachment. If, for good cause, the applicant wishes to include an additional attachment, email grantscsp@bluum.org with your request for permission and a supporting rationale. Extraneous attachments, without proper authorization, will be removed and not submitted to the grant reviewer. Do not upload/send any material that must be returned. 

Communities of Excellence: Idaho's Charter Schools Program (CSP) Grant


Idaho’s Communities of Excellence Federal CSP Program represents $17.1 million in funds available to help Idaho expand opportunities for students to attend excellent public charter schools that meet and exceed state academic standards. Idaho’s Communities of Excellence project has three objectives:

  • Increase the number of quality charter school seats by 8,200 students, especially for our most educationally disadvantaged and rural students, through start-up, replication and expansion
  • Support the Idaho Public Charter School Commission in expanding its quality authorizing efforts while disseminating and supporting best practices for other authorizers statewide
  • Evaluate and disseminate widely the successes and lessons of highly-quality charter schools to impact the broader education system.

Please read the Request for Applications documenting who is eligible before applying.

Applications for the second cohort will be open until Wednesday, October 16, 2019 and will close at 5:00 MST. Late applications will not be accepted.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

After creating an online profile in Bluum’s online application portal, there will be a list of tasks and supporting documents in addition to the application with project narrative. Bluum will provide technical assistance to applicants, as well as help desk support from the Survey Monkey Apply team. Please email grantscsp@bluum.org for additional details and /or with any questions or comments.

PLEASE NOTE: Do not attach curriculum, invoices, or any other document not specifically required as an attachment. If, for good cause, the applicant wishes to include an additional attachment, email grantscsp@bluum.org with your request for permission and a supporting rationale. Extraneous attachments, without proper authorization, will be removed and not submitted to the grant reviewer. Do not upload/send any material that must be returned. 

Opens
Sep 4 2019 12:00 AM (MDT)
Deadline
Oct 16 2019 05:00 PM (MDT)