U.S. Department of Education (DOE) - Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE) - Rural, Insular, and Native Achievement Programs (RINAP)
07/02/21 11:59 PM ET
Grants to Hawaii nonprofit organizations, CBOs, educational organizations, agencies, and charter schools to further the education of indigenous populations that have been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Required registrations may take up to several weeks to complete.
The NHE program traditionally serves the unique educational needs of Native Hawaiians and recognizes the roles of Native Hawaiian languages and cultures in the educational success and long-term well-being of Native Hawaiian students. The program supports effective supplemental education programs that maximize participation of Native Hawaiian educators and leaders in the planning, development, implementation, management, and evaluation of programs designed to serve Native Hawaiians. Funding is provided in the ARP Act for awards to NHE-eligible entities for the NHE activities authorized under section 6205(a)(3) of the ESEA with the purpose of supporting educational opportunities for Native Hawaiians who, and Native Hawaiian communities that, have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In order to target projects that will leverage the additional NHE ARP funding, the Department is establishing two distinct priorities. Applicants must address one of the two absolute priorities. These priorities are:
Each absolute priority supports identified needs in the Native Hawaiian community. Absolute Priority 1 allows for multiple local or regional grants to be funded consistent with previous NHE grant competitions. Through Absolute Priority 2, the Department intends to expand statewide research and data collection activities to better determine the educational status and needs of Native Hawaiian children and adults.
For details on Absolute Priority 1 activities, see https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2021-05-28/pdf/2021-11497.pdf#page=2.
For details on Absolute Priority 2 activities, see https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2021-05-28/pdf/2021-11497.pdf#page=3.
New grantees may propose projects that address current needs in the Native Hawaiian community in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. Existing grantees may propose either new projects to address newly identified needs in response to COVID-19 or projects that build on and leverage current NHE-funded activities to address the additional impacts of COVID-19.
GrantWatch ID#: 127964
36; The Department will award multiple grants under Absolute Priority 1. In contrast, the Department will award only one grant under Absolute Priority 2.
Estimated Range of Awards:
- (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.
Estimated Average Size of Awards:
- (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.
Up to 36 months
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