The Student Learning Recovery Grant Program, created in 2021 through House Enrolled Act 1008, allocates $150 million to support accelerated learning for Indiana’s students in the areas of literacy, mathematics and college and career readiness. Through the grant, Indiana is supporting community organizations, education service centers, higher education institutions and K-12 school across 86 counties of Indiana’s 92 counties. More information about the program is available here.
The Student Learning Recovery Grant - Expanding What Works
Inspired by a successful 1008 Student Learning Recovery model out of Indianapolis, the Indy Summer Learning Labs, the IDOE is excited to partner with the Lavinia Group to offer grants to implement a high quality learning program this summer. The program is designed to award a single grant to a lead regional organization/entity which then partners with school corporations, public charter schools, non-public schools, and other community organizations to deploy a successful summer learning program aligned to the core design principles of the Indy Summer Learning Lab program. Eligible regional grantees include:
- Community-based organizations,
- Education service centers,
- Non-profit community organizations, and
- Municipal entities.
Additional information along with an overview of the application can be found in the grant overview here.
Regional Grantee Budget Description & Summary
Required Partner Organization Details Form
Completed applications and supporting materials should submitted here.
The deadline to submit an application is Friday, June 2 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Round 2 Links
- 1008 Grant Awards Round 2 – Full List
- 1008 Grant Awards Round 2 – Summary
- 1008 Grant Awards Round 2 – By County
- 1008 Grant Awards Round 2 – Grant Highlights
Round 1 Links
- 1008 Grant Awards Round 1 – Full List
- 1008 Grant Awards Round 1 – Summary
- 1008 Grant Awards Round 1 – By County
- Frequently Asked Questions