Financial Education Research Grants – Jun 30
Posted by AccessLex Institute on June 9, 2020
AccessLex Institute Invites LOIs for Financial Education Research Grants
The AccessLex Institute is committed to informing students of the economic realities of law school without limiting their aspirations. To that end, it conducts and commissions research to illuminate the latest data and evidence on the most critical issues in legal education today.
The institute’s Financial Education Research Grant program provides funding for the development and implementation of innovative, high-impact financial education research. The central goal of the grant is to develop data, facts, and conclusions that furthers understanding of how to develop student financial knowledge, support behavioral change, and ultimately promote financial well-being. The institute is particularly interested in measuring both student and organizational outcomes.
Applicants must request funding of no less than $10,000 and no more than $125,000, and the grant period must be between six months and twenty-four months.
Letters of Inquiry for the program will be accepted between June 1 and June 30. Proposal invitations will be sent prior to August 31, with full proposals due October 15 and funding notifications announced prior to January 31, 2021.
For additional information, including grant application details and an FAQ, see the AccessLex Institute website.
Deadline: June 30, 2020 (Letters of Inquiry)
Learn more and apply: https://www.accesslex.org/financial-education-research-grant-program
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