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[WomenLiteracy] grants for tutoring programs

Daphne Greenberg

alcdgg at langate.gsu.edu
Mon Jan 16 09:20:29 EST 2006


For those of you who run tutoring programs, this may be of interest:

Funds Available for Fiscal Year 2006 Learn and Serve America Grant Competition

The funds available for this year's competition in each of the categories for which Learn and Serve America provides grants:

Higher Education $ 9,188,438
Community-Based $ 4,134,797
School-Based Competitive $ 5,071,135
School-Based Indian Tribes and US Territories $¬*702,915
School-Based State Formula $17,656,465

Guidelines are at---

http://www.learnandserve.gov/for_organizations/funding/nofa.asp


Daphne Greenberg
Assistant Professor
Educational Psych. & Special Ed.
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3979
Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3979
phone: 404-651-0127
fax:404-651-4901
dgreenberg at gsu.edu

Daphne Greenberg
Associate Director
Center for the Study of Adult Literacy
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3977
Atlanta, Georgia 30302-3977
phone: 404-651-0127
fax:404-651-4901
dgreenberg at gsu.edu



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