School-Based Service-Learning Research and Development Grant
Posted by on June 8, 2009
Institute of Education Sciences School-Based Service-Learning Research and Development Grant
Deadline: June 25, 2009
Through its Social and Behavioral Context for Academic Learning (Social/Behavioral) research program, the Institute of Education Sciences supports research on interventions designed to improve social skills and behaviors that support academic and other important school-related outcomes (e.g. attendance, high school graduation rates) for K-12 students. Funding for development projects can provide up to $500K per year for 3 years. Funding for efficacy research or replication projects can provide up to $750K per year for 4 years. Proposals are due in either June or October. If you have questions, or want to schedule a call to discuss your plans, please contact the program officer for the Social/Behavioral program, Emily Doolittle at Emily.Doolittle@ed.gov. For more information, please view the current Request For Applications at: http://ies.ed.gov/funding/pdf/2010_84305A.pdf
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