GFPE Grants

Learn more about our grant opportunities below:

Innovative Education Fund

The Innovative Education Fund provides funding to Georgia schools and district developing and implementing innovative programs at various stages. The Fund is designed to provide a safe space for schools and districts to design, test, iterate, and scale innovative programs that have the potential to transform education in their context.

Innovation Mini Grants
• Between $1,000 - $5,000
• Yearlong grant designed implement a small-scale innovative education program that has the potential to impact student achievement.
• The GFPE will provide guidance throughout the grant period.

Innovating Education Prototype Grants, Tier I
• Between $5,000 - $10,000
• Yearlong grant designed pilot a mid-scale innovative education program that has the potential to impact student achievement and transform teaching/learning practices at the school or district.
• The GFPE will provide guidance throughout the grant period.

Innovating Education Prototype Grants, Tier II
• Between $10,000 - $20,000
• Yearlong grant designed pilot or scale a mid-scale innovative education program that has the potential to impact student achievement and transform teaching/learning practices at the school or district.
• Has the potential to be scalable, if successful
• The GFPE will provide guidance throughout the grant period.

(Coming soon!)

 

Rural Education Fund

The Rural Education Fund (REF) provides traditional public schools, charter schools, and school districts located in counties with 35,000 or fewer residents up to $10,000 to use however they wish to drive student outcomes. The Rural Education Fund is made possible through the purchase of the “Educator” and “Support Education” license plates by Georgia residents, along with other donated funds. 

(Currently closed)

Grants

GFPE Grants

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Grant Success

“Thank you so much for the grant that helped our program to be successful...We greatly look forward to next year and how we can expand our program to reach even more students. Again, thank you for your generous support.”  --Chandra Steele, Pike County Schools