Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement - Tiny Grants
Elise Chappell, Professional Learning Grants Specialist
Maximum Grant Amount
The Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement is accepting applications to the Innovation Fund Tiny Grants Program.
This is a new program for districts and schools seeking a small amount of funding to implement an innovative project that will deeply engage students. An innovative project solves an existing problem in an inventive way, and has the potential to have a large and lasting impact on the academic environment. Tiny grants will provide traditional public schools, charter schools, and school districts between $1,000 and $7,000 to implement an innovative project that will deeply engage students. An innovative project solves an existing problem in an inventive way and has the potential to have a large and lasting impact on the academic environment.
Tiny Grant-funded programs or projects must align with one of the following priority areas:
* Applied Learning with a Focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education;
* Development and Replication of Blended Learning School Models; or
* Birth to Age Eight Language and Literacy Development.
You are eligible to participate in the Tiny Grant Program if:
* You are a school administrator, principal, or instructional coach at a charter school or traditional public school in the state of Georgia;
* You are a K-12 teacher at a Georgia charter school or traditional public school who has been teaching for at least three years; or
* You are another type of leadership-level administrator in a Georgia Local Education Agency (school district).
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