4 years, 5 months ago Veronica GonzalesKeymaster
The California Community Foundation is accepting applications for its Education Pipeline program, which seeks to increase access to high-quality early care and educational programs for children in underserved communities in Los Angeles County.
Grants of up to $150,000 over two years will be awarded for programs that amplify the work of early-learning advocates, providers, and parent networks; build public support for early-learning programs; support parent education, engagement, and advocacy efforts aimed at developing and building the leadership skills of parents so they become stronger advocates for their children and communities; and/or quality professional development that provides teachers with the instructional strategies needed to meet the learning needs of diverse student populations
To be eligible, applicants should be an early childhood education center that provides high-quality research-based education to low-income children and emphasizes parent engagement by requiring parent participation on a weekly basis; or organizations that teach parents of preschool and K-5 students how to become an integral part of their children’s education and academic achievement.
Letters of Intent must be received no later than May 26, 2017. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full application.
For complete program guidelines, an FAQ, and program guidelines, see the CCF website.
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