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Indiana Works Councils > Innovative CTE Curriculum Grant Innovative CTE Curriculum Grant

*** The Grant Guidelines have been updated for Cycle 2 ***

An informative webinar was held on Monday, October 6th from 1:00-2:00 pm.

The October 15th due date for the first status report for the Innovative CTE Curriculum grant is just around the corner.  To help streamline the status reporting process our team has developed a "Status Report Template" (found below) which we ask each fiscal agent to use when submitting their required status reports.  In addition, we updated the "Appendix B - Invoice" form (found below). This update will help to track the budget allowed for each category (salaries, equipment, etc.) instead of only the total budget amount.

Since we are asking that each fiscal agent to use the newly created Status Report template, and the first status report is on October 15th, we want to provide a couple extra days to gather any additional information that may be needed.  We ask each fiscal agent to please submit the first status report to CECI by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 17th.

Cycle 2 Innovative CTE Curriculum Grant Guidelines (revised August, 2014) (PDF | WORD)

Governor Pence Announces Over $3 Million in Local Grants for Innovative CTE Programs (7/3/14)
Click here for a complete listing of Cycle 1 grant awards.

The Indiana Works Councils and the Center for Education and Career Innovation (CECI) announce the availability of $4.3 million in grant funding for Innovative Career and Technical Education Curriculum.  The grant funds are a match to private investments for the Innovative Career and Technical Education (CTE) Curriculum grant (as authorized under IC 20-19-6-7).

The purpose of this grant application is to foster and scale the most innovative and effective CTE curriculum models in the state.  These models may be either pedagogical or programmatic in nature. CECI is seeking grant proposals that leverage evidence-based practices in the development of innovative CTE Curriculum at the local level.  The grant will be dispersed across two separate grant cycles.  The deadline to submit grant proposals for Cycle 2 is January 2, 2015.

The Innovative CTE Curriculum Grant was announced via a press release on February 7, 2014.

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