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Grants to Indiana Public, Charter, and Nonpublic Schools to Increase Student Literary Achievement

Indiana Literacy Early Intervention Grant (EIG)


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Funding Source
Indiana Department of Education
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Geographic Focus
USA: Indiana

Important Dates
Deadline: 07/01/22 Save

Grant Description
Grants to Indiana public, charter, and accredited nonpublic elementary schools to improve literacy among K-2 students. Funding is intended for diagnostic assessments and intervention programming. The goal of the program is to enhance student engagement, increase student literacy achievement, and better equip teachers to meet the needs of students.

The Indiana Early Intervention Grant (EIG) exists to improve early literacy through intervention programming. EIG provides funding for research-based professional development, programming, and assessments (including assessments for learning characteristics related to dyslexia) to increase student achievement of literacy and equip teachers to respond to student needs.

Corporations and schools may use funds to support the following: 

  • Intervention programs based on the Science of Reading framework, focused on the five components of reading and corresponding training to support the implementation. 
  • A diagnostic assessment or screener that aligns with evidence-based core reading programs or to that is used to identify learning characteristics related to dyslexia and the corresponding training to support implementation. 


  • Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)

Additional Eligibility Criteria
This grant is open to all accredited public school corporations, charter, accredited non-public, and Choice schools that contain kindergarten, first grade, and/or second grade students.

Pre-Application Information
- Grant application window: Monday, June 13 - Friday, July 1
- Distribution list published to schools: Friday, August 5
- Funds distributed to schools: Starting Monday, August 8

Additional Funding Information

Estimated Total Program Funding:


Estimated Size of Grant
Funding is allocated evenly per student serviced. The estimated allocation is approximately $10.01 per student served. The actual amount may be higher or lower depending on the total number of grant participants.

Contact Information
Apply Online:

Any questions or concerns should be directed to IDOE Teaching and Learning Specialist, Adam McMickle:

Indiana Government Center North, 9th Floor
100 N Senate Ave
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

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