The Digital Learning Grant (up to $75,000) supports districts ready to launch thoughtful 1:1 implementation plans. It is also open to districts that have assessed their current 1:1 implementation and are prepared to take the next steps, such as expanding grade levels or replicating successes from pilot projects. Funds from this grant support corporations in providing professional development, developing content and expectations, creating avenues for parent and student communication, as well as purchasing devices.
For an inside look at the 2014 and 2015 Digital Learning Grant projects, please explore the DLG Profiles.
The 2016 application period was from January 15 to February 5, and received applications from 84 school districts. Second round pitch days at the IDOE were held for the top 30 applicants March 8 & 9. On March 14th, the following 21 school corporations were announced as recipients of the 2016 Digital Learning Grants:
Anderson Community School Corporation
Attica Consolidated School Corporation
DeKalb County Central United Schools
Elwood Community School Corporation
Greater Clark Community Schools
Irvington Community School
MSD Washington Township
New Albany Floyd County Schools
Northwestern School Corporation
Randolph Southern School Corporation
Rush County Schools
Shelby Eastern School Corporation
South Central Community School Corporation
South Putnam Community Schools
Vincennes Community School Corporation
Washington Community Schools
West Noble School Corporation
West Washington School Corporation
Whitko Community Schools
Whitley County Consolidated Schools
For additional questions, please email Candice Dodson, email@example.com.