The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is pleased to announce the availability of $50 million in grant funds to provide in-person before-school, after-school, before-and-after-school, and/or during the summer programming to children in any of grades K to 12.
Donor Name: Michigan Department of Education
County: All Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
Target Population to be served
The target population is children in any of grades K to 12.
An eligible applicant must be a community-based organization that is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 USC 501, an institution of higher education, a community or adult education program, a public library, a local government, or an intermediate district.
- And must provide all of the following, at a miminum:
- At least 60 days of services during the school year for at least 10 pupils either 1.5 hours before-school, 2 -2.5 hours after-school, or 3.5 hours for both (before-and after-school), and/or at least 4 hours per day for a minimum of 24 days during the summer for at least 10 pupils.
- Support expanded learning opportunities, including, but not limited to, mentoring, leadership, community engagement, agriculture, art, music, literacy, science, technology, engineering, mathematics, health, and recreation programming.
- Address measurable goals, including, but not limited to, improved school attendance, academic outcomes, positive behaviors, and skill acquisition, and include activities linked to research or quality practices.
- Provide programming to children in a manner in which the children are physically present at a building or location designated by the eligible entity.
- Provide educational programming in core subject areas, including, but not limited to, mathematics, reading, and science.
- Provide data to evaluate the program in a form and manner as prescribed by the department.
For more information, visit MDE.