The TPS Regional program accepts proposals on a rolling basis for projects lasting up to 18 months.
Applying for a grant is a two-step process:
A successful grant application will include a thorough description of the intended project, its audience, and content, as well as be supported by a timeline of activities, budget, and narrative. Evaluators also look for management supports and a sustainability plan.
TPS Regional directors make granting decisions within six weeks of submission.
Access that the proposed project will offer to geographic areas and populations not currently served by TPS Consortium members;
Scope of the proposed workshop or course and its likely success in helping teachers achieve TPS Level I learning objectives;
Professional development activities and partnerships of the proposing organization;
Sustainability of a grantee’s use of TPS content within their professional development programs for teachers;
Project plan describes sound planning, recruitment, implementation, evaluation, and resource allocation.
Grantees must submit brief financial and program reports quarterly. Grant funds will be disbursed upon submission of appropriate documentation of expenditures.