Posted: Wed, 01/15/2014 - 11:21am Updated: Mon, 07/03/2017 - 10:34am

Digital Learning GrantsThe Digital Learning Grant (up to $75,000) supports districts ready to launch thoughtful 1:1 implementation plans. It also supports 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. See examples of projects funded by previous grants in our Digital Learning Profiles.

This year’s application opened January 10th and closed February 3rd, with 64 districts applying. Applicants who were successful with the first round participated in the second step of the evaluation process, the proposal pitch, March 2nd & 3rd. Final notifications were made to recipients on March 7, 2017.
The following 32 school districts are recipients of 2017 Digital Learning Grants:

Barr-Reeve Community School
Batesville Community School Corporation
Brown County Schools
CSC of Southern Hancock County
Delaware Community School Corporation
East Allen County Schools
East Washington School Corporation
Elkhart Community School
Eminence Community Schools
Fayette County School Corporation
Jennings County School Corporation
La Porte Community School Corporation
Loogootee Community Schools
Maconaquah School Corporation
MSD of Decatur Township
MSD of Mt. Vernon
MSD of Steuben County
Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation
Northwest Allen County Schools
Portage Township Schools
Richland Bean-Blossom CSC
Salem Community Schools
Scott County School District 1
South Vermillion Community Schools
Southwest Dubois County Schools
Spencer-Owen Community Schools
Switzerland County School Corp
Tippecanoe School Corporation
Tipton Community Schools
Warsaw Community Schools
Wawasee Community School Corporation
Yorktown Community Schools

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For additional questions about Digital Learning Grants, please email Candice Dodson, cdodson@doe.in.gov.