21st Century Community Learning Centers - Title IV-B
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21st Century Community Learning Centers
Title IV-B - Grant Application & Awards
Title IV-B - Grant Application & Awards
This page provides current information on grant opportunities, awards and resources in Oregon Department of Education's 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Program.
21st CCLC Cohort #3 Grantees Awards 2014 - 15
The Oregon Department of Education has announced the awarding of Year #2 funds for all 22 current Title IV-B grantees for the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) program. This year’s award from the U.S. Department of Education for 2014-15 was sufficient for ODE to restore all grantees to 100% of their originally approved proposal and also provided one-time supplements to each grantee for the support of their proposed work in their originally approved grant. The one-time supplements were allocated by a base award for all grantees plus equitable amounts based on the number of sites served.
to view Oregon’s 21st CCLC Cohort #3 grantees with their Year #2 100% funding amount, the one - time supplement amount, and the number of sites served.
21st CCLC Cohort 3 Grantees, Year #2 – Contacts, Abstracts & Awards
09/25/2014 (300.32 KB)
Equitable Participation of Private School Students
03/21/2013 (467.50 KB)
21st CCLC STEM Initiatives
21st CCLC Grant provided a two-phase STEM initiative in the 2011-2012 program year. In 2011 ODE provided Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) non-competitive initiatives for all current 21st CCLC grantees. The purpose of Oregon’s Title IV-B 21st CCLC STEM Initiative Grant is to support current grantees in developing and implementing enhanced Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in their afterschool 21st CCLC programs in 2011-2013. Each applicant for these non-competitive supplements received a $5,000 planning stipend to develop their STEM implementation plans. The 21st CCLC STEM Initiative is a $20,000 non-competitive supplement for each of the 25 grantees that applied.
Oregon STEM Program Abstracts July 2012
07/26/2012 (150 KB)
21st CCLC STEM Professional Development Award Abstracts
In 2012 ODE offered a 21st CCLC STEM Professional Development (competitive) Grant opportunity to all grantees that had received STEM (non-competitive) supplements. Grantees were invited to submit competitive applications to provide quality STEM Professional Development services to support other STEM Afterschool grantees, to disseminate high-quality STEM practices and training that will lead to quality STEM education instruction. The 21st CCLC STEM Professional Development (competitive) grant resulted in five awards of $50,000 each.
Oregon STEM PD Grant Abstracts July 2012
07/23/2012 (101 KB)
Grantee Contact Information - 2013 - 14
11/13/2013 (261.65 KB)
Free or Reduced Lunch Eligibility 2012-2013
Each school served by 21st CCLC must have equal to or greater than 50% of attending students eligible for Free/Reduced price meals. This link provides ODE 2012-13 data for Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch, by County, District and School.
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