California Department of Education
10/30/14 5:00 PM PT
An opportunity is available for qualified California businesses and non-profits to be included in a list of providers approved to offer supplemental education to low-income K-12 public school students. Local educational agencies will utilize providers from this list to offer eligible students grade appropriate supplemental programs in one or more of the following subjects: English-language arts (ELA), mathematics, and/or science. Parents/guardians, school staff, and the contracted provider collaborate to develop an individual Student Learning Plan (SLP) for each enrolled student.
Proposed programs must be:
• Of high quality
• Specifically designed to increase student academic achievement in ELA, mathematics, and/or science
• Aligned with state-approved content standards for the subject area in which services are provided
Eligible applicants must be able to document a two-year record of effectiveness in increasing the academic proficiency of students who have completed the applicant’s basic SES program. The improvement must be evidenced by an increase in student scores on pre-tests and post-tests for the subject(s) for which the application is submitted. The pre-tests and post-tests used to measure student progress must be valid, reliable, and aligned to the California content standards in ELA, mathematics, and/or science.
GrantWatch ID#: 147776
The 2015–16 and 2016–17 school years. The effective date of approval is July 1 of the state fiscal year following SBE approval and expires on June 30 of the second year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Stephanie Smith, Education Programs Consultant
Clifton Davis, Associate Governmental Programs Analys
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