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Instructional Best Practices Dissemination Sub-grants

The Department has released two Requests for Proposal (RFPs) through the Charter Schools Program (CSP) Office in order to fund three dissemination sub-grants to eligible charter schools. The overarching purpose of these competitive grants is to disseminate the best practices that are occurring in Florida's charter schools to other public schools across the state, including charter schools. Please note that a total of three sub-grants will be awarded under these competitions. Two sub-grants will be awarded under the IBP-K12 RFP, and one sub-grant will be awarded under the IBP-SWD RFP. All applications will undergo a rigorous evaluation and scoring process.

Instructional Best Practices for Students With Disabilities (IBP-SWD)

One IBP-SWD dissemination sub-grant (up to $250,000) will be awarded. The application materials needed to complete an IBP-SWD application are below:

Instructional Best Practices for Students in Grades K-12 (IBP-K12)

Two IBP-K12 dissemination sub-grants (up to $250,000 each) will be awarded. One grant will focus on Grades K-5 (elementary school) and the second grant will focus on Grades 6-12 (secondary school). The application materials needed to complete an IBP-K12 application are below:

Important Dates:

  • December 7, 2012 - Applications due in the FDOE Office of Contracts & Grants
Please submit any questions related to the dissemination grants to Dr. Chris Muire at: chris.muire@fldoe.org