New Hampshire Department of Education
Grants to New Hampshire qualified charter school developers for the planning and implementation of charter schools to meet the following goals: increase the number of quality charter schools in the state, improve student achievement in charter schools, support the dissemination of charter schools best practices, and empower charter schools to become self-sufficient.
There are four primary objectives for the New Hampshire’s Charter Schools Program (CSP):
1) Objective 1: Increase the number of high-quality charter schools in New Hampshire, particularly those serving educationally disadvantaged students most at risk in rural and urban settings.
2) Objective 2: Use federal CSP grant funds to improve student achievement for secondary charter school students and increase graduation rates.
3) Objective 3: Support the dissemination of charter schools best practices to other public schools and LEAs.
4) Objective 4: Empower charter schools to become strong independent organizations and support charter school efforts to be fiscally responsible.
In carrying out these objectives, the New Hampshire Charter Schools Program provides sub-grants to qualified charter school developers for the planning phase and beginning years of implementation.
GrantWatch ID#: 162456
Typically $450,000 - $600,000.
Start-up funds are allowed for up to 36 months (three years), with no more than 18 months used for planning and program design and no more than two years used for initial implementation of the charter school.
The charter school must open within 18 months of the grant award in order to continue receiving federal funds.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
USA: New Hampshire
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