Foundation / Corporation
National Institute on Out-of-School Time, with funding by The Robert Bowne Foundation
Grants of $25,000 to USA non-profit organizations and university affiliates for original empirical research in or about youth programs during the non-school hours, or research syntheses or policy analyses of youth programs. The grant focus for this funding cycle is language and literacy in an out of school time setting. Proposals within this focus may involve the following:
-Studies of reading and writing in the OST setting.
-Studies of integrating language and literacy with other practices in the OST Setting (e.g., the arts, media and technology, Career and Technology Education).
-Studies of emerging language and literacy development (early elementary grades) in the OST setting.
-Studies of English language learning (EL) in the OST setting.
The goal of this program is to generate and disseminate research about organizations serving youth during the out-of-school hours, build a network of scholars studying organizations serving youth during the out-of-school hours, and contribute to basic knowledge and the improvement of practice and policy in the area of youth programs during the out-of-school hours.
Priority is given to proposals in which the research team is composed of a partnership - one university-based researcher and one youth worker or practitioner-researcher.
GrantWatch ID#: 148115
January, 2015 – December, 2015
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Sara Hill, Ed.D.
Phone: 917 418-3780
Fax: 516 908-4672
The Robert Bowne Foundation
New York, NY 10006
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