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Grant Initiatives Supporting Whole Child Education


​GaDOE Announces Grant Initiatives to Support Whole Child Education  

The Georgia Department of Educati​on (GaDOE) will provide a series of grants to support Whole Child Education. To ensure that students are engaged and challenged, these grants target the areas of College Readiness and Talent Development, Fine Arts, Health and Physical Education, and World Languages. Information on the grants can be found at the links ​listed below. All Request for Proposals (RFPs) will be available December 6 and proposals are due on January 12, 2023. All grants are available only for Ge​orgia public schools and/or districts.

College Readiness and Talent Development

The Summer Bridge Program for Rural Districts Grant (Up to $15,000 per school; focused on K-8)

To enhance access to accelerated and integrated learning for students, GaDOE will award 15 grants from the College Readiness and Talent Development team for a total of $225,000. 

Fine Arts

Fine Arts Consumable and Equipment (FACE) Grant 

A total of $500,000 will be awarded for fine arts consumables and equipment to support quality fine arts instruction that occurs as a graded course during the school day. Each grant value is up to $3,000 each. 

Health and Physical Education

Health​ and Physical Education Equipment (HPEG) Grant 

A total of 140 awards up to $3,000 each for a total of $420,000 to be awarded for health and physical education to support quality health and physical education instruction. 

World Languages

World Language Cross Curriculum Innovation Grant (CCI)

A total of 40 awards in the amount of $2,000 each for a total of $80,000 awarded to create and/or support sustainable Cross Curricular World Language Instruction initiatives that connect world language instruction with other curricular areas.

World Language Providing Access for Rural Teachers for New Equipment and Resources (PARTNER)

Up to 15 awards in the amount of up to $2000 each for a total of $30,000 awarded to create and/or support sustainable world language initiatives at quality world language programs in rural districts.