OSERS Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.326A


Competition:

Planning Grants for Increasing Instructional Time and Reducing Administrative Burdens

CFDA: 84.326A

 

Correction Notice:

In the notice inviting applications (NIA), an error was made regarding the application period, which should be 45 days instead of 30. With this correction, the deadline for transmittal of applications is August 29, 2019. In addition, we are correcting the award size from $150,000 to a range between $150,000 to $250,000. This correction to the award size is necessary because planning costs may vary from State to State. Consequently, the estimated number of awards are corrected from 10 to a range of 6 to 10.

 

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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OSERS Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.326M


Competition:

Model Demonstration Projects for Early Identification of Students with Dyslexia in Elementary School

CFDA:

84.326M

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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RSA Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.129


Competition:

Long Term Training

CFDA:

84.129B—Rehabilitation Counseling

84.129H—Rehabilitation of Individuals Who Are Mentally Ill

84.129P—Rehabilitation of Individuals Who Are Blind or Have Vision Impairments

84.129Q—Rehabilitation of Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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RSA Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.263C


Competition:

Rehabilitation Training: Innovative Rehabilitation Training Program

CFDA:

84.263C

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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“Voices from the Field” Interview with Tawara Goode

Promoting Cultural Competence to
Improve Early Childhood Education

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C.

Tawara Goode is an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. She has been on the faculty of the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD), for over 30 years and has served in many capacities. Professor Goode is currently the director of the National Center for Cultural Competence (NCCC) GUCCHD and the director of the Georgetown University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. She has degrees in early childhood education and education and human development. Her work has consistently focused on national level efforts to advance and sustain cultural and linguistic competence.

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RSA Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.250M


Competition:

American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services

CFDA: 84.250M

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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OSERS Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.325H


Competition:

Personnel Development to Improve Services and Results for Children with Disabilities—Doctoral Training Consortia Associated with High-Intensity Needs

CFDA: 84.325H

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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OSERS Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.327S


Competition:

Stepping-Up Technology Implementation

CFDA: 84.327S

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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RSA Application Assistance for 2019 Grant Competition: 84.235E


Competition:

Braille Training Program Grants

CFDA: 84.235E

The U.S. Department of Education is committed to attracting as many qualified applicants as possible for its discretionary grant competitions. The Department is also committed to an equitable and transparent application process. OSERS is, therefore, providing to interested applicants technical assistance on the application process and application requirements for this competition.

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Early Education Inclusion in STEM Can Lay Groundwork for Future

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month


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When people think about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) they tend to think of subjects that are academic or require adult-directed formal instruction. However, STEM can and should be integrated in intentional ways throughout a young child’s typical routines and daily activities.

At the STEM Innovation for Inclusion in Early Education (STEMIE) Center, we are excited to take part in the discussion on this year’s Better Hearing and Speech Month theme, “Communication Across the Lifespan.”

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Megan Vinh and Chih-Ing Lim
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STEM Innovation for Inclusion in Early Education (STEMIE) Center