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TIME SENSITIVE: New TQP Grants Available; Priority Focus on Tribal or Rural Populations

The U.S. Department of Education has announced a new competition for the Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) grant program. After consultations with tribal communities and officials, the Department has designed this grant cycle to focus on improving the outcomes of students in tribal and rural populations.

For this competition, the Department expects to award three to five grants averaging $1 million each. Interested parties have until June 22 to submit their notice of intent to apply; completed applications are due by July 7.

Applicant information and eligibility can be found here. For application materials and information on applying, visit Grants.gov.

Pre-Application Webinars

The Department will host two webinars to share information with prospective applicants. Click on the date below to register:

Call for Peer Reviews

If you would like to serve as a peer reviewer for this TQP application cycle, you must apply by this Friday, May 27. See the call for peer reviewers for more information.

If you have any questions about applying for a grant or to be a peer reviewer, contact TQPartnership@ed.gov.


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Deborah Koolbeck

Director of Government Relations

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