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Federal Charter School Grants - Wisconsin Charter Schools Program

The U.S. Department of Education awarded Wisconsin a five-year $95 million grant to support quality charter schools in the state. 

 

The Objectives of the Wisconsin Charter Schools Program are to:

  • Support the growth of high-quality charter schools in Wisconsin, especially those focused on improving academic outcomes for educationally disadvantaged secondary students
  • Strengthen and improve authorizing quality and promote the adoption of best practices for all authorizers in Wisconsin
  • Promote and support collaboration and sharing of best practices between high-quality charter schools and other schools in the state, especially those that experience difficulty in adequately serving educationally disadvantaged students

2019 Grant Information Workshops

Date  Location Time
November 15, 2019 CESA 4, West Salem 1-3 pm
November 19, 2019 Racine School District, Building 1 1-3 pm
November 20, 2019 CESA 8, Gillett 1-3 pm
November 22, 2019 CESA 3, Fennimore 1-3 pm
December 10, 2019 DPI, GEF 3, Madison  2-4 pm 
December 10, 2019 Virtual Session  2-4 pm

Click here to register for a workshop
Click here for printable flyer. 

Subgrant Application Materials and Information


Subgrants are available for eligible applicants to:

  • Open and prepare for the operation of new charter schools;
  • Open and prepare for the operation of replicated high-quality charter schools; and
  • Expand high-quality charter schools

2019-20 Application Materials: Deadline February 19, 2020

*Replication and Expansion Grant Applicants Only

Related Application Materials:

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Wisconsin Charter Schools Program Grant Updates Distribution List

Click HERE  to be added to our distribution list to receive grant information updates.

Resources

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Monitoring Materials:

For questions about this information, contact Chanell Crawford (608) 266-5880