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Grant Application and 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.

Oregon Schools Receive Funding to Expand Educational Enrichment Programs

On July 24, 2013 the Oregon Department of Education released the list of schools and districts that were awarded grants and will receive funding over the next five years.

Read the complete news annnouncement and list of grantees by clicking here .

21 CCLC ODE Cohort 3 Grantees - 2013-2018 Program Abstracts, Contacts

 PDF   10/07/2013 (227.22 KB)

Equitable Participation of Private School Students

 Power Point Presentation   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.

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.


  • Cohort #2 Grantees - 2009 - 14
    2009 21st CCLC Cohort #2 grantees - Program Abstracts and contact information.

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  • Pete Ready Email    (503) 947-5785
    Federal Systems - Education Specialist

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