[NASAFACS] FW: Applications open and webinar scheduled for OCTAE's Innovation and Modernization grant program
Reno.Palombit at dpi.nc.gov
Thu May 30 10:10:15 MDT 2019
Reno Palombit (he/him/his)
Family & Consumer Sciences Education Consultant
NC Department of Public Instruction, Career & Technical Education
From: Chamberlain, Michael <Michael.Chamberlain at ed.gov<mailto:Michael.Chamberlain at ed.gov>>
Sent: Monday, April 22, 2019 12:42 PM
To: Chamberlain, Michael <Michael.Chamberlain at ed.gov<mailto:Michael.Chamberlain at ed.gov>>
Subject: Applications open and webinar scheduled for OCTAE's Innovation and Modernization grant program
Dear Rural Stakeholder,
The Department is now accepting applications for the Innovation & Modernization discretionary grant program<https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2019/04/15/2019-07456/applications-for-new-awards-perkins-innovation-and-modernization-grant-program>. This program, authorized by Perkins V, is designed to identify, support and rigorously evaluate evidence-based and innovative strategies and activities to improve and modernize career and technical education (CTE) and align workforce skills with labor market needs. Not less than 25% of the funds available for grants must be awarded to recipients in rural areas, if a sufficient number of applications of sufficient quality are received from applicants serving rural communities. A pre-application webinar has been scheduled for April 25, 2019 at 2:00 pm ET and registration for the webinar<https://cte.ed.gov/cal/pre-application-webinar-for-innovation-and-modernization-grants> is now available. Applications will be accepted through June 14, 2019.
Office of Rural and Community Engagement
U.S. Department of Education
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