Native Hawaiian Education

84.362A

Discretionary/Competitive Grants

Native Hawaiian Education Program, Education for Native Hawaiians

WHAT'S NEW

  • A Notice Inviting Applications for the Native Hawaiian Education Program FY2020 was posted on the Federal Register on December 13, 2019. The Application Packet is due by February 11, 2020.
  • The program is actively searching for peer reviewers to assess applications to the Native Hawaiian Education Program. Reviews are expected to take place in Mid-March to April. Please send resumes and the Peer Reviewer Information Checklist to Hawaiian@ed.gov. Applications to become a peer reviewer are due by February 3, 2020.
  • The Department of Education Appropriations Act, 2020, overrides the limitation in section 6205(b) of the ESEA to provide that the 5 percent limitation on the use of funds for administrative purposes applies only to direct administrative costs. In the FY 2020 competition, this five percent limit only includes direct administrative costs, and not indirect costs. For further information contact Joanne Osborne. A notice regarding this change was released on the Federal Register on January 21, 2020 and can be found HERE.
  • The In-Person Workshop originally scheduled for Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 has been postponed indefinitely.
  • All applications to the Native Hawaiian Education Program must also be submitted to the Hawaii State Superintendent’s office for review and comment. Please E-mail Gwen Yamanaka your completed applications at grants@k12.hi.us

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The purpose of the Native Hawaiian Education program is to develop innovative education programs to assist Native Hawaiians and to supplement and expand programs and authorities in the area of education. Authorized activities include, among others: early education and care programs; family-based education centers; beginning reading and literacy programs; activities to address the needs of gifted and talented Native Hawaiian students; special education programs; professional development for educators; and activities to enable Native Hawaiian students to enter and complete postsecondary education programs.

TYPES OF PROJECTS

Authorized activities include, among others: early education and care programs; family-based education centers; beginning reading and literacy programs; activities to address the needs of gifted and talented Native Hawaiian students; special education programs; professional development for educators; and activities to enable Native Hawaiian students to enter and complete postsecondary education programs.

 

Contact Information

  • Joanne Osborne, Team Leader
    U.S. Department of Education, OESE
    Office of Rural, Insular, and Native
    400 Maryland Ave. S.W., Rm 3E306
    LBJ Federal Office Building
    Washington, DC 20202-6200
Last Modified: 03/05/2020