Awards

Javits Program Awardees and Applications

FY 2020

2020 PR Award Number and Application Year 1 Award Amount
S206A200029 – Colorado Seminary dba University of Denver $524,660
S206A200037 – Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation $398,934
S206A200007 – East Tennessee State University $495,774

 

FY 2019

2019 PR Award Number and Application Year 1 Award Amount
S206A190006 – Duke University $318,237
S206A190008 – University of Arkansas at Little Rock $494,260
S206A190009 – Milwaukee Board of School Directors $563,652
S206A190014 – West Virginia University $94,331
S206A190020 – Purdue University $334,186
S206A190022 – Minnesota Department of Education $401,425
S206A190023 – University of Connecticut $434,119
S206A190025 – George Mason University $594,527
S206A190028 – University of Connecticut $470,551
S206A190030 – School Board of Pinellas County, Florida $342,501

 

2018

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2017

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2015

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2014

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2012

No New Awards

2011

No New Awards

2010

No New Awards

The 2009 grantees are being funded down the slate. MS WORD (53kB)

In 2008, the Department received 65 applications for the Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Program. Of the 57 applications deemed eligible for review, the Department funded 7 grants totaling $2,639,726. Future funding for these grants will be contingent on the availability of funds and each grantee’s substantial progress toward accomplishing the goals and objectives of the project as described in its approved application. (The attached MS Word document includes project abstracts, contact, and funding information). MS WORD (53kB)

In 2007, the Javits appropriation was cut substantially. As a result, a new competition for 2007 will not be held. Future competitions are contingent upon future appropriations.

In 2006, the Javits appropriation was cut substantially. As a result, a new grant competition was not held.

In 2005, the Department received 140 applications for the Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Program. Of the 140 applications received, the Department funded 14 Priority Two grants totaling approximately $3.5 million. Future funding is pending the availability of any new funds in FY 2006. (The attached MS Word document includes project abstracts, contact, and funding information). MS WORD (41K)

Last Modified: 09/23/2020