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April 30, 2010

Education Department's i3 Grant Deadline: May 12

May 12, 2010, is the deadline to apply for the U.S. Department of Education's Investing in Innovation (i3) competition, part of the $5 billion investment in school reform in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Applications may be submitted by individual schools, school districts or entrepreneurial nonprofits in partnership with schools. Applications must addresses one or more of the following priorities: improving outcomes for young children; expanding students' access to college and preparing them for success in college; addressing the unique needs of students with disabilities and of limited English proficient students; and serving schools in rural areas. Grants are $5 million each. Winners must secure matching funds, and the new online Foundation Registry i3 helps them apply to 13 foundations at once; go to https://www.foundationregistryi3.org/. [LINK] Posted by Linda Frye Burnham

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