Foundation / Corporation
NewSchools Venture Fund
02/05/20 11:00 AM PST
Grants to USA nonprofit organizations and school districts to support the development of a new and innovative Pre-K-12 district or charter school. Funding is intended to enhance education for children from underserved communities and to increase the number of students who finish high school prepared for the future.
NewSchools Invent invests in teams of educators who want to launch new, innovative public schools that prepare young people to finish high school prepared and inspired to create and live the lives they want – good lives, full of opportunity, choices, connection and meaning. These schools will reimagine the learning experience for students, particularly those from underserved communities. NewSchools Invent is a major part of NewSchools’ Innovative Schools portfolio.
NewSchools Invent is designed for teams of educators who are committed to launching an innovative public school and would benefit from additional support. The goal is to accelerate a team’s progress toward a successful launch by providing assistance in three key areas:
For more information on Investment Criteria, see the Eligibility page in Pre-Application Information and the Investment Criteria document in Supporting Documents below.
GrantWatch ID#: 182499
Planning grants of $200,000 during the planning period. At the end of the planning phase, teams may apply for an investment that would support their first two to three years of operation.
Planning grants are for the critical planning period of up to 14 months before school launch. At the end of the planning phase, teams may apply for an investment that would support their first two to three years of operation.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply at: https://newschoolsinnovativeschools.submittable.com/submit/36aa4636-71e2-47d2-abc8-7d0340338d4f/newschools-innovative-public-schools-invent-application-fall-2020-launch
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