of American History
Please Note: The following presentations were produced in 2003,
but the information is relevant to the 2004 competition. One important
change is that the priority for evaluation is an invitational rather
than competitive; applicants who address this priority will not
receive any bonus points. 2004 grant applications must be submitted
electronically; please see http://e-grants.ed.gov/egWelcome.asp.
provides technical assistance to those applying for a Teaching American
History grant. Local Education Agencies (LEAs), including charter
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- an introduction;
- overview of the TAH program and tips on writing a successful grant
about the invitational priority on evaluation; and
- a grantee's
description of a current project funded by this program.
may also be useful to those applying for other grants, because it
describes the grant process and provides definitions that pertain
to many grants funded by the Office of Innovation and Improvement.
For more information about evaluation, see http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ies/ncee/index.html
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