Foundation / Corporation
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD)
Grants to Los Angeles County, California schools to invest in instructional technology resources to improve classroom education. Schools must provide a matching investment in education and professional development in order to receive the technology items, such as laptops, tablets, carts, and other devices.
The purposes of this grant are to encourage innovative uses of instructional technology, promote collaboration between schools around the use of instructional technology, and invest in schools that have not yet received devices.
Schools must make investments in instructional technology in order to receive matching devices from the District. These investments can be anything that compliments the use of the matching devices and promotes student learning. A few potential examples include supplemental instructional content, a learning management system, instructional technology support staff, or additional devices, although there are many other creative possibilities.
GrantWatch ID#: 166540
Up to $200,000.
Proposed investments can be part of a school’s 2015-16 expenditures if the budget allows; if funds are not available this year, expenditures can be planned as part of schools’ 2016-17 budget.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Los Angeles Unified School District
333 South Beaudry Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Los Angeles County
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