The K-12 Federal Funding Landscape: What's on the Horizon for 2019?

Description: 
In this session, we'll start with a review of the federal funding landscape & what education funding trends we see based on the current political climate. The bulk of the time will then be spent covering annual grant programs (no less than 5) that support a variety of education initiatives (e.g. literacy, STEM, distance learning, afterschool programs) from various federal agencies. Anticipated funding priorities, award amounts, & deadlines will be reviewed for each grant discussed. To conclude, 10 tips for writing a successful grant proposal will be offered to increase the likelihood of successful future grant submissions by attendees.

Given the emphasis on anticipated direct & pass-through programs, this session best fits within the "Federal Grants" Learning Track.


GPC Competencies Addressed:
How to craft, construct, and submit an effective grant application
How to research, identify, and match funding resources to meet specific needs

Speaker:
Elizabeth is a Grants Development Consultant for Grants Office LLC and manages the education vertical. She supports local school districts, colleges & universities, workforce training entities, and non-profit organizations to find and apply for relevant grant funding opportunities. Elizabeth has 10 years of experience within both K-12 and Higher Education, and has worked with a variety of grant programs- from federal funds like the ARRA to private foundation funds like the Lowe's Foundation.