Awards

 

Fiscal Year (FY) Number of new awards
FY 2019 41
FY 2018 18
FY 2017 16

 

Year Awarded Grantee Project Title Duration (Years) Year 1 FY 19 Funding (for Year 1, 2, and 3 Activities) Total Expected Funding City State Score Abstract Application Reviewer comments
FY 2019 Expansion Competition- All Grantees
2019 New Teacher Center Catalyzing Innovations in Teacher Leader Development in Rural and Urban Settings 5 $2,102,629 $8,659,037 $12,792,476 Santa Cruz CA 91.5 PDF
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FY 2019 Mid-phase Competition Grantees- Absolute Priority 2: Field Initiated Innovations–General
2019 American Institutes for Research EIR: Mid-Phase: Early Warning Intervention and Monitoring System (EWIMS) Study 5 $1,885,349 $5,472,348 $7,996,973 Washington DC 83 PDF
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2019 The Ohio State University Refining and Expanding HEROES: A Literacy Intervention for Young Students with IEPs 5 $1,415,374 $5,024,930 $8,000,000 Columbus OH 88.5 PDF
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2019 University of Indianapolis Rural Early College Network 5 $1,335,574 $4,858,773 $7,963,436 Indianapolis IN 89 PDF
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2019 University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. Supporting High-Needs Elementary Students with the CW-FIT Program: Building for Scale and Sustainability 5 $1,305,215 $4,633,331 $7,992,699 Lawrence KS 86.33 PDF
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FY 2019 Mid-phase Competition Grantees: Absolute Priority 3–Field Initiated Innovations–Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
2019 BSCS Science Learning Scaling and Sustaining the Science Teachers Learning from Lesson Analysis (STeLLA) Professional Development Program 5 $1,343,613 $4,941,454 $7,999,247 Colorado Springs CO 84.68 PDF
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2019 WPI Scaling Teachers’ Professional Development for ASSISTments 5 $1,489,399 $4,980,445 $7,928,236 Worchester MA 83 PDF
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FY 2019 Early-phase Competition Grantees: Absolute Priority 2: Field Initiated Innovations–General
2019 Board of Regents, Univ of Nebraska Lincoln Fostering Educational Success: Reconnecting Families, Empowering Youth 5 $687,165 $2,177,752 $3,994,904 Lincoln NE 92.3 PDF
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2019 Center for Supportive Schools Improving Educational Outcomes in High Need,Low-Income Rural and Urban Communities through a High School Mentoring Model 5 $442,872 $2,081,943 $3,315,813 Princeton NJ 94.67 PDF
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2019 Iredell-Statesville Schools RIPPLE: Reducing disparities and Implementing strategies to Promote Proactive Learning Environments 5 $503,534 $2,176,977 $3,999,968 Statesville NL 94 PDF
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2019 Pasadena USD Project YEES (Youth Education and Emotional Supports) 4 $778,150 $2,764,774 $3,993,142 Pasadena CA 92.5 PDF
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2019 Putnam County School District Rural Connect 5 $610,625 $2,557,855 $3,943,486 Palatka FL 92.5 PDF
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2019 The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia Project CATALYZE: The Impact of CARE + PATHS on Students? Success 5 $988,951 $2,756,804 $4,000,000 Charlottesville VA 93.67 PDF
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2019 Seminole County Public Schools Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Curriculum Project 5 $536,213 $2,201,369 $4,000,000 Sanford FL 93.5 PDF
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FY 2019 Early-phase Competition Grantees: Absolute Priority 3–Field Initiated Innovations–Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
2019 Alabama State Department of Education Pathways for Alabama Computer Science 5 $793,983 $2,381,949 $3,969,916 Montgomery AL 94.67 PDF
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2019 Center for the Future of Arizona Career Connected Pathways 5 $547,235 $2,118,752 $3,690,351 Phoenix AZ 95.67 PDF
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2019 Code.org Code.org?s Equity in AP Computer Science Principles (Equity in AP CSP): Addressing Barriers to Participation in AP CSP by Transforming Professional Learning and School Leadership 5 $810,513 $2,467,808 $3,998,634 Seattle WA 101 PDF
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2019 Community Unit School District 60 Computer Science and Engineering and Design STEM Program and K-12 Computer Science Pathway 5 $694,176 $2,171,699 $3,532,144 Waukegan IL 91.5 PDF
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2019 Computer Science Teachers Association LLC Computer Science for English Learners (CSforEL): Increasing Participation and Achievement in Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) for English Learners 4 $919,473 $3,015,767 $3,993,941 Chicago IL 93.17 PDF
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2019 Education Development Center, Inc. Systemic Change to Improve Equity in Computer Science Student Achievement 5 $800,508 $2,493,595 $3,999,991 Waltham MA 101.3 PDF
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2019 Educational Service Unit 2 ESU 2 EIR EMPOWER (E3) 5 $800,000 $2,400,000 $4,000,000 Fremont NE 93.17 PDF
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2019 Green River Regional Educational Cooperative The STEM-CS project: A Professional Development Approach to Improved Student Achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Computer Science 5 $1,120,168 $2,835,449 $3,999,906 Bowling Green KY 97.5 PDF
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2019 IDEA Public Schools Mathways to STEM Success 5 $495,823 $2,636,705 $4,000,000 Weslaco TX 94.83 PDF
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2019 Louisiana Department of Education Improving Pre-Engineering and Computer Science Education through Micro-Credentialing 4 $995,187 $3,031,226 $4,000,000 Baton Rouge LA 97.3 PDF
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2019 Louisiana State University A modern approach to the integration of programming and mathematics 5 $727,334 $2,308,115 $3,997,292 Baton Rouge LA 98.67 PDF
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2019 Lumity STEM Career Prep Logic Model 5 $706,607 $2,489,370 $3,687,096 Chicago IL 94.67 PDF
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2019 National Math and Science Initiative Lone Star AP CSP 5 $1,228,795 $3,084,571 $3,999,921 Dallas TX 95.3 PDF
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2019 New York Hall of Science The Pack: Using Game-based Learning to Infuse Computational Thinking into Science Teaching and Learning 4 $890,617 $2,899,819 $3,635,411 Corona NY 97 PDF
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2019 Old Dominion University Research Foundation Advancing Rural Computer Science (ARCS) 5 $680,754 $2,384,051 $3,937,531 Norfolk VA 100.3 PDF
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2019 Rhode Island Department of Education WB4CS: The Effectiveness of Work Based Learning in Computer Science Education 5 $1,300,227 $2,510,111 $3,479,991 Providence RI 94.17 PDF
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2019 Sacred Heart University Project {FUTURE} FUndamentals Teachers Unit Research Exemplars, Innovations in Embedded Computer Science for Elementary Curricula Educational Innovation and Research Program – Early Phase Application 5 $547,374 $2,104,621 $3,819,097 Fairfield CT 92.3 PDF
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2019 San Diego Unified School District Coding Our Future: Creating Equitable Computer Science Pathways in Urban Schools 5 $478,019 $1,928,782 $3,992,776 San Diego CA 94 PDF
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2019 San Francisco Unified School District Evaluating and Replicating the San Francisco Unified School District?s Summer Academy for Integrated Language Learning (SAILL) Program 5 $850,897 $2,271,114 $3,999,999 San Francisco CA 93.83 PDF
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2019 Scott County School District Mississippi Public School Consortium for Educational Access: Advanced Placement (AP) STEM Access Program for Rural, High-Poverty Mississippi School Districts 3 $739,591 $3,754,677 $3,754,677 Forest MS 97.5 PDF
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2019 Small School Districts’ Association Computer Science in Rural California: Training, Implementation, Teaching, and Learning 5 $365,715 $1,989,724 $3,994,126 Sacramento CA 92.17 PDF (204 KB)
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2019 Smithsonian Institution Smithsonian Science for the Classroom:Improving Student Achievement Across State Borders and State Standards 5 $528,584 $2,137,719 $3,998,136 Washington DC 100 PDF
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2019 Technical Education Research Centers, Inc. INFACT: The Inclusion of Neurodiversity in Foundations and Applications of Computational Thinking 4 $1,288,699 $3,175,344 $3,997,127 Cambridge MA 91.5 PDF
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2019 The Regents of the University of California, Irvine Improving Pedagogy to Accelerate Computational Thinking (IMPACT) 5 $784,297 $2,594,705 $4,000,000 Irvine CA 96.83 PDF
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2019 Touro College Young Academic Music and Computational Thinking 4 $435,446 $1,493,857 $2,529,444 New York NY 94.67 PDF
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2019 Tufts University Coding as Another Language: The Development and Implementation of a Computational Thinking Curriculum and Sustainable Professional Development Model in K-2 5 $1,074,040 $2,926,243 $3,854,403 Boston MA 92.5 PDF
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2019 Winchester School Board Metrics: Maximizing Engagement Through Regular Immersion in Computer Science 5 $795,005 $2,502,734 $3,999,852 Winchester VA 97.67 PDF
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Year Awarded Grantee Project Title Duration (Years) Year 1 Total Expected Funding City State Score Abstract Application Reviewer comments
FY 2018 Expansion Grantees
2018 The Regents of the University of California, Irvine The Pathway to Academic Success: A Cognitive Strategies Approach to Text-Based Academic Writing to Improve Educational Outcomes for Secondary English Learners 5 $14,736, 901 $14,736, 901 Irvine CA 93.67 PDF
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2018 Waterford Institute Expanding School Readiness to Rural States with Poor Preschool Access The UPSTART Great Plains TASK Force: Taking All to Success in Kindergarten 5 $14,224, 758 $14,224, 758 Sandy UT 89.50 PDF
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2018 WestEd THE EARLY MATH INITIATIVE: SCALING AN INNOVATIVE INTERVENTION TO PREPARE CHILDREN FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS 5 $14,736, 901 $14,736, 8 San Francisco CA 83.67 PDF
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FY 2018 Mid-phase Grantees
2018 AMERICAN INSTITUTES FOR RESEARCH Improving Instruction and Student Achievement Through the Professional Learning with Impact Program 5 $7,855, 251 $7,855, 251 Washington DC 94.67 PDF
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2018 Education Development Center, Inc. Math for All: Broadening and Sustaining Effective Teacher Professional Development to Support Rigorous Personalized Mathematics Instruction for High-Need Students in Grades K-5 5 $7,858, 604 $7,858, 604 Waltham MA 94.67 PDF (27 KB) PDF
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2018 Harmony Public Schools Harmony “LEAF to STEM” 5 $7,859 427 $7,859 427 Houston TX 80.33 PDF (158 KB) PDF
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2018 Jobs For the Future Inc. Lone Star STEM Project 5 $7,859 681 $7,859 681 Boston MA 87.67 PDF
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2018 New York Hall of Science Playground Physics: Scaling and Sustaining a Technology-Enhanced Middle-School Physics Program 4 $2,796 008 $2,796 008 Corona NY 81.50 PDF
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FY 2018 Early-phase Grantees
2018 Children’s Literacy Initiative Integrating Curriculum Development and Professional Development for Kindergarten Readiness 5 $3,890, 130 $3,890, 130 Philadelphia PA 97.00 PDF
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2018 Community Training and Assistance Center, Inc. PreK-12 STEM provides students a STEM project-based curriculum that is engineering- and computer science-centered. It ensures that every student PreK-12 has a STEM learning trajectory 5 $3,929, 520 $3,929, 528 Boston MA 84.67 PDF
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2018 ExpandED Schools ExpandED STEM Options Internship and Apprenticeship Program 5 $3,657, 743 $3,657, 743 New York City NY 84.33 PDF
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2018 Independent School District 625 Multi-year, Whole School Implementation of Restorative Practices in Saint Paul Public Schools: Relationships as Key to Improvements in School Climate and Student Behavior 5 $3,927, 737 $3,927, 737 St. Paul MN 98.33 PDF
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2018 Knox County Schools Think About It: SySTEMatiCally Preparing Students for the Workforce 5 $2,405, 543 $2,405, 543 Knoxville TN 84.83 PDF
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2018 National Math and Science Initiative Rural ACCESS: AP, College, and Career Excellence in STEM and Computer Science 5 $3,928, 082 $3,928, 082 Dallas TX 88.00 PDF
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2018 Sonoma State University Developing a Student-Driven STEM and Computer Science Curriculum for Rural Students 5 $3,927, 476 $3,927, 476 Rohnert Park CA 84.33 PDF
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2018 SRI International Mathematics, 3D Printing, and Computational Thinking through Work-Based Learning for Middle Schoolers (MPACT) 5 $3,923, 862 $3,923, 862 Menlo Park CA 98.33 PDF
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2018 The Curators of the University of Missouri Special Trust Prosocial and Active Learning (PAL) Classrooms 5 $3,921, 638 $3,921, 638 Columbia MD 97.17 PDF
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2018 Urban Arts Partnership Urban Arts Partnership proposes the School of Interactive Arts, an evidence-based personalized learning approach to teaching Computer Science and improving outcomes for high-need students 5 $3,929, 364 $3,929, 364 New York NY 89.67 PDF
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FY 2017 Expansion Grantee
2017 National Center for Research in Advanced Information and Digital Technology United2Read: Scaling Personalized Literacy Instruction to Ensure Strong Student Achievement 5 $14,651, 585 $14,651, 585 Washington DC 93.83 PDF
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FY 2017 Mid-phase Grantees
2017 American Institutes for Research Scaling and Sustaining Effective Teacher Professional Development for Secondary Schools Using MyTeachingPartner-Secondary 5 $7,787, 711 $7,787, 711 Washington DC 90.67 PDF
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2017 Education Analytics, Inc. SPARK CENTER: Scaling and Validating a Research-Based Cost Effective Literacy Intervention 4 $7,733, 129 $7,733, 129 Madison WI 90.00 PDF (93 KB) PDF (1,126 KB) PDF (160 KB)
2017 Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools Metro Nashville Public Schools Scaling Up Pyramid Model (PM) Implementation in Preschool and Kindergarten Classrooms 5 $7,683, 178 $7,683, 178 Nashville TN 93.83 PDF
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2017 Niswonger Foundation Rural Literacy Initiative Focused on Effectiveness (Rural LIFE) 5 $7,814, 288 $7,814, 288 Greeneville TN 84.00 PDF
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2017 Strategic Education Research Partnership Institute Building Capacity to Support Struggling Adolescent Readers 5 $7,814, 288 $7,814, 288 Washington DC 92.33 PDF (16 KB) PDF (414 KB) PDF (170 KB)
2017 TNTP, Inc. Turnaround Leadership Teams Strategy: Leadership More Effective than the Sum of its Parts 5 $7,814, 288 $7,814, 288 Brooklyn NY 98.00 PDF
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FY 2017 Early-phase Grantees
2017 Austin Independent School District Supporting Behavior and Improving School Climate through the Elementary to Middle School Transition: Whole School Restorative Practices in Austin Independent School District (AISD) 5 $3,547, 295 $3,547, 295 Austin TX 97.67 PDF
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2017 Center for Supportive Schools (CSS) Improving Educational Outcomes in High Need,Low-Income Rural and Urban Communities through a Middle School Transition and Cross-Age Peer Mentoring Model 5 $3,142, 948 $3,142 948 Princeton NJ 98.17 PDF
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2017 DuPage Regional Office Of Education #19 Partners To Lead – A Consortium of 26 Rural and / or high need Local Education Agencies (LEA) 5 $3,907, 144 $3,907 144 Wheaton IL 94.67 PDF
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2017 Intercultural Development Research Association Reenergizing Leadership to Achieve Greater Student Success (RLSS) 5 $3,906, 207 $3,906 207 San Antonio TX 94.83 PDF
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2017 IPS Enterprises, LLC IDEA C3: Culture, Character, and College 5 $3,906, 716 $3,906 716 Weslaco TX 98.17 PDF
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2017 Osage County Interlocal Cooperative Project ENGAGE (Effectively Narrowing Gaps And Growing Engagement) 5 $3,744, 054 $3,744 054 Hominy OK 98.83 PDF
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2017 School District 1J Multnomah County PREP: Personalized, Relevant, Engaged for Postsecondary 5 $3,907, 144 $3,907 144 Portland OR 98.17 PDF
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2017 Teach For America Rural Schools Leadership Academy: Developing the Next Generation of Principals Across the Rural Landscape 5 $3,738, 077 $3,738 077 New York NY 95.00 PDF
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2017 United Way of Massachusetts Bay Inc. BoSTEM 5 $3,907, 041 $3,907 041 Boston MA 97.67 PDF
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