Deadline for Notice of Intent to Apply:  April 1, 2010

“Individual school districts or groups of districts can apply for the i3 grants, and entrepreneurial nonprofits can join with school districts or a consortium of schools to submit applications. To qualify for the competitive grants, applicants will need to address one of the four areas that are driving the Obama administration's school reform agenda: supporting effective teachers and principals; improving the use of data to accelerate student achievement; complementing the implementation of standards and assessments that prepare students for success in college and careers; and turning around persistently low-performing schools..."

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Your school district grants office will decide which proposals from your district go forward, so contact them if you are interested in trying for this money!

Two-page overview:

Register for pre-application webinar or workshop (in Atlanta) on i3: Tuesday, March 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. EDT.

"Intent to apply" is April 1 but is not a requirement to apply.
Partners must be named, and this requires a 20% match (cash or in-kind donations) and cannot be from other federal money (not from Title 1, etc.).

I'm working with three teams that are including ePals LearningSpace as their virtual workspace for K12 students, leveraging safe communication tools and collaborative learning projects. We are also providing part of the match $ for these teams.

Investing in Innovation (i3) Fund Press Release:
• Investing in Innovation (i3) Fund PowerPoint:

They are also looking for peer reviewers:



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