Funding Teaching Excellence:
An Introductory Guide to Securing Title III and Title V Grants
This introductory guide equips administrators, educators, and academic institutions with high-level knowledge and strategies to efficiently begin the process of securing funding through Title III and Title V grants. Leverage the power of grants for initiatives tied to teaching excellence and student success.
Discover How to Efficiently Secure Title III and Title V Grants
Explore our step-by-step guide to learn how to understand your institution’s grant policies, write compelling proposals, and access resources to support your efforts.
Inside the eBook:
Part 1: Foundational Steps for Grant Acquisition
- Navigate institutional policies and procedures.
- Align grant proposals with strategic priorities.
- Understand the intricacies of granting agencies.
Part 2: Crafting a Compelling Proposal
- Tips for writing an effective proposal narrative and creating a project budget.
- Review resources and consult experts to refine your proposal.
Part 3: Prioritizing the Right Grant for Your Institution
- Recognize and target grants that are designed to support under-resourced students.
- Reference abstracts of awardees from previous years posted by the Department of Education.
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Why Download This eBook?
Gain Expert Knowledge:
Equip yourself with essential strategies to kickstart the grant application process.
From understanding your institution’s grant procedures to crafting a compelling proposal narrative, our eBook has got you covered.
Learn how to select the most relevant grants for your institution’s long-term goals.
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