Grants Aid Achievement for Students with Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders

Agency: Education Dept. (Institute of Education Sciences); Program: Education Research Grant Programs (CFDA Numbers: 84.324A (Autism Spectrum Disorders); and 84.324B (Research Training Programs in Special Education); 84.324L (Low-Cost, Short-Duration Evaluation); and 84.324N (Research Networks); Eligibility: Schools, nonprofits, for-profits, governments, private agencies and universities; Funding: Multiple awards of up to $1 million each (no match required); Deadline: Aug. 17 (ASD); other vary by program.

Summary: Funding supports research into ways to improve student achievement, especially for those with disabilities. The ASD grants will focus on research into cognition and student learning in special education; early intervention and early learning in special education; families of children with disabilities; mathematics and science education; professional development for teachers and school-based service providers; reading, writing, and language development; social and behavioral outcomes to support learning; special education policy, finance, and systems; technology for special education; and transition outcomes for secondary students with disabilities;

Info: (NOFA); Sarah Brasiel,; Julius Cotton; 202/ 245-6140, (technical questions).

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