Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)
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Grants to Massachusetts school districts, schools, and collaboratives for programs that teach English as a second language. Funding is intended to develop and implement new and creative English-language programs and to offer districts the chance to promote a more culturally and linguistically diverse workforce. The program has four objectives and districts may apply for funding to fulfill any one or more of the four goals. Competitive priority will be given to districts that have been identified in need of focused/targeted support by the DESE.
There are four goals for the grant. Districts may apply for funding to fulfill any one or more of the four goals:
For additional information about the program goals see the URL for Full Text, below, and the links in Supporting Documents.
GrantWatch ID#: 194502
1. Goal 1: Approximately $600,000 will be available for Goal 1
2. Goal 2: Approximately $600,000 will be available for Goal 2
3. Goal 3: Approximately $400,000 will be available for Goal 3
4. Goal 4: Approximately $400,000 will be available for Goal 4
- School Year: FY2022: Upon approval through 6/30/2022
- Summer: FY2023: 7/1/2022 – 8/31/2022
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications and direct questions to Diana Gentile at email@example.com
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
75 Pleasant Street
Malden, MA 02148-4906
Voice: (781) 338-3000
TTY: (800) 439-2370
Fund Code: 187
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