North Carolina Dropout Aversion Award Application Specialized Help for New Candidates.


43 views
Uploaded on:
Description
$13,000,000 Appropriated for Dropout Prevention Grants. The motivation behind this gift is to center proceeded with consideration and assets on imaginative projects and activities that can possibly succeed in keeping understudies in school when other clashing elements are pushing them to drop out. . Subsidizing Purposes and Amounts.
Transcripts
Slide 1

North Carolina Dropout Prevention Grant Application Technical Assistance for New Applicants North Carolina Committee on Dropout Prevention

Slide 2

$13,000,000 Appropriated for Dropout Prevention Grants The motivation behind this gift is to center proceeded with consideration and assets on imaginative projects and activities that can possibly succeed in keeping understudies in school when other clashing components are pushing them to drop out.

Slide 3

Funding Purposes and Amounts

Slide 4

North Carolina Committee on Dropout Prevention (NCCDP) SECTION 7.32 of S.L. 2007-323 built up the Committee on Dropout Prevention. The Committee might decide: which neighborhood school regulatory units, schools, offices, and not-for-profits should get dropout counteractive action gives; the measure of every stipend; and qualified employments of the gift subsidizing.

Slide 5

The NCCDP Appointments The Committee might comprise of the accompanying 15 individuals: The Governor should select five individuals, of whom one is an administrator of schools, one is a delegate of a not-for-profit, and one is a school social specialist; The President Pro Tempore of the Senate should designate five individuals, of whom one is a foremost, one is an agent of an institute of instruction, and one is a school guide; and The Speaker of the House of Representatives should choose five individuals, of whom one is an educator, one is an individual from the business group, and one is a delegate of the adolescent equity framework. The President Pro Tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives should each assign a co-seat of the Committee. The individuals from the Committee might guarantee they are in consistence with laws and tenets overseeing irreconcilable situations.

Slide 6

Bill Farmer, Co-Chair Charlotte Harriette Davis, Durham Lisa Daye, Marion Arnold Dennis, Durham Angella Dunston, Raleigh Margaret Ellis, Henderson John Gibbs, Hope Mills David Strahan, Co-Chair Cullowhee Virginia Hoover, Madison Zoe Locklear, Pembroke Cynthia Marshall, Charlotte Alfred Riddick, Littleton Peggy Vick, Fayetteville Bennie Walker, Winston-Salem The NCCDP Membership

Slide 7

Staff to the NCCDP

Slide 8

Eight Education Regions

Slide 9

The LAW

Slide 10

The law determines that. . . Stipends might be issued in fluctuating sums up to a greatest of one hundred seventy five thousand dollars ($175,000). Gifts should be given to imaginative projects and activities that objective understudies at danger of dropping out of school and that exhibit the possibility to (i) be produced into viable, manageable, and composed dropout aversion and reentry programs in center schools and secondary schools and (ii) serve as powerful models for different projects .

Slide 11

The law determines that. . . Awards might be circulated topographically all through the State and the eight instructive areas. Close to three gifts might be granted in any one region in a solitary monetary year. Stipends might be made to nearby school regulatory units, schools, neighborhood offices, or charitable associations. Awards might be to projects and activities that hold all understudies to high scholastic and individual guidelines.

Slide 12

The law determines that. . . Projects and activities that get awards should be founded on best practices for keeping understudies from dropping out of school or for expanding the secondary school finish rate for those understudies who as of now have dropped out of school. Need for awards should be given to proposition that exhibit contribution from the nearby group and coordination with other accessible projects or assets and give clear wants to maintaining the system in future years when State subsidizing will never again be given.

Slide 13

The law determines that. . . Need for subsidizing might be given to projects that would serve understudies in nearby schools that have a four-year accomplice graduation rate of under sixty-five percent (65%) and have met the Committee\'s stipend rating cutoff score. Need for awards might be given to proposition showing the potential for achievement . The exhibited requirement for extra subsidizing, level of joint effort, capacity to build participation, industriousness, scholastic achievement, capacity to increment parental association, and graduation might be given more weight than the nature of the composed stipend.

Slide 14

The law determines that. . . Segment 7.13.(e) Additional Requirements for Nonprofit Organizations Receiving Dropout Prevention Grants. – As a condition for arrival of stipend assets to a grantee, the Committee should require every grantee to go into an agreement that requires the grantee to be (i) subject to checking by the Committee, (ii) constancy fortified unless the award is for short of what one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), (iii) subject to review oversight by the State Auditor, and (iv) subject to the necessities of Article 6, Part 3 of Chapter 143C of the General Statutes.

Slide 15

The law indicates that. . . Area 7.13.(g) Grant stores might be exhausted by June 30 of the primary full financial year taking after the issuance of the stipends.

Slide 16

2009 Grant Application Process Read the Users\' Manual for New Applicants PRIOR to finishing an award application at www.ncpublicschools.org/racg/gifts/new-candidates/

Slide 17

Components of the Application Logic Model SMART Outcomes Partnering Agency Contact Form Schedule of Projected Expenditures and Receipts Grant Proposal All Grant Application segments must be submitted electronically!

Slide 18

Hardware and Software Requirements Internet Connection Microsoft Word Adobe Reader Download Adobe Reader at http://get.adobe.com/peruser/otherversions/

Slide 19

Logic Model A Logic Model is a diagram or a synopsis of your proposed gift program. Access the Logic Model Computer Based Training (CBT) at www.ncpublicschools.org/racg/awards/new-candidates/whenever before September 30 th . The CBT will provoke you to finish a Logic Model Survey. In the wake of entering in the parts of your Logic Model, click "Submit" toward the end of the study. Your sources of info will be organized and sent to you by means of email inside five business days. Save the messaged record to your hard drive.

Slide 20

SMART Outcomes SMART Outcomes are the particular, quantifiable, achievable, practical and time-bound objectives of your proposed award program. Access the SMART Outcomes Computer Based Training (CBT) at www.ncpublicschools.org/racg/awards/new-candidates/whenever before September 30 th . The CBT will incite you to finish a SMART Outcomes Survey. In the wake of entering in the segments of your SMART Outcomes, click "Submit" toward the end of the study. Your sources of info will be organized and sent to you by means of email inside five business days. Save the messaged report to your hard drive.

Slide 21

Partnering Agency Contact Form Download the Partnering Agency Contact Form from www.ncpublicschools.org/racg/stipends/new-candidates/. Complete this structure for EACH (up to five) nearby training office (LEA), school, office, or non-benefit association with which you will accomplice in your proposed program. Spare EACH archive as a different record to your hard drive.

Slide 22

Schedule of Projected Expenditures and Receipts Download the Schedule of Projected Expenditures and Receipts from www.ncpublicschools.org/racg/gifts/new-candidates/. Complete this structure demonstrating your proposed spending plan. Spare this record to your hard drive.

Slide 23

Grant Proposal Download the Grant Proposal from www.ncpublicschools.org/racg/stipends/new-candidates/. Complete this structure demonstrating your proposed program. Spare this record to your hard drive.

Slide 24

Grant Proposal PROGRAM/INITIATIVE (65 Points) A. Objectives and Objectives (10 pts) B. Depiction of Target Students (15 pts) C. Portrayal of Program/Initiative (15 pts) D. Portrayal of Best Practices (5 pts) E. Development/Model for Other Programs (10 pts) F. Group Input and Collaboration (5 pts) G. Maintainability (5 pts) EVALUATION PLAN (20 Points) BUDGET (15 Points) Scoring Guide The Grant Proposal comprises of the accompanying story depictions:

Slide 25

Submit the Application Online Go to www.ncpublicschools.org/racg/awards/new-candidates/to present your gift application on the web. Enter the accompanying data: Legal Name of Applicant Type of Organization * All non-benefits, including both group and religious associations, must certify that they have gotten 501(c)(3) status by giving your Tax ID Number.  You will likewise be incited to give your NC Secretary of State ID number. Program Name

Slide 26

Submit the Application Online (cont.) Enter the accompanying data (cont.): Applicant\'s contact individual\'s name and his/her contact data County(s) to be served Education region(s) to be served Total financing asked for Number of understudies to be served Estimated cost per understudy Names of understudies\' center schools, if program targets center school understudies 4-year partner graduation rate of understudies\' secondary schools

Slide 27

Submit the Application Online (cont.) Upload the Logic Model spared to your hard drive. Transfer the SMART Outcomes spared to your hard drive. Transfer each of the Partnering Agency Contact Forms (if material) spared to your hard drive. Transfer the Schedule of Projected Expenditures and Receipts spared to your hard drive. Transfer the Grant Proposal spared to your hard drive.

Slide 28

Submit the Application Online (cont.) Review and present the Application. You will get a "Thank You" message if your accommodation was effective. Candidates will likewise get an email affirming the effective accommodation of a 2009 Dropout Prevention Grant application. This email will likewise contain your one of a kind stipend application number . If you don\'t mind hold this data for sub

Recommended
View more...