As the October 15, 2014 deadline for applications for Student Achievement and Learning & Leadership grants approaches, we thought it would be helpful to share a few key grant writing tips that can guide you as you prepare your proposal.
Know why you want a grant. Clearly articulate your short and long term goals, and explain what you wish to achieve if you receive grant funding.
Build a proposal preparation team. Be sure to involve all pertinent parties as you assemble your grant proposal. This
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