Posted: Wed, 01/15/2014 - 11:21am Updated: Mon, 03/26/2018 - 2:55pm

Digital Learning GrantsWith the recent release of the IDOE’s 2018 Strategic Priorities and the growing emphasis on STEM at the state and national levels, the 2018 Digital Learning Grant will focus on supporting districts implementing STEM instructional models within their digital learning environment. The Digital Learning Grant (up to $75,000) is open to districts that have assessed their current digital implementation and are prepared to take the next steps to provide a nationally vetted, research-based curriculum advancing STEM and/or computer science and may include curriculum needs, expanding and providing professional development, expanding grade levels or replicating successes from pilot STEM projects as well as purchasing devices.

This year’s application opened January 8th and closed February 2nd, with 78 districts applying. Final notifications were made to recipients on February 19, 2018.

The following 27 school districts are recipients of 2018 Digital Learning Grants:

Adams Central Community Schools
Blue River Valley Schools
Carmel Clay Schools
Decatur County Community Schools
East Noble School Corporation
Franklin Community Schools
Kankakee Valley School Corporation
Lakeland School Corporation
Milan Community School Corporation
Mississinewa Community Schools
Mooresville Consolidated School District
MSD Lawrence Township
MSD Wabash County Schools
North Harrison Community Schools
North Spencer County School Corporation
North Vermillion Community School Corporation
Porter Township Schools
Randolph Eastern School Corporation
Richmond Community Schools
River Forest Community School Corporation
School Town of Highland
Scott County School District 2
South Bend Community School Corporation
South Henry School Corporation
South Madison Community School Corporation
Triton School Corporation
Westfield Washington Schools


Click here for IDOE Press Release

For additional questions about Digital Learning Grants, please email Candice Dodson,