American History and Civics Education: National Convenings
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ALERT: CAGE is currently experiencing a high volume of registrations, and is processing them in the order in which they are received. NEH encourages applicants registering with SAM.gov to allow additional time for processing.
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)’s Division of Education Programs is offering a fifteen-month cooperative agreement to a qualified organization to: 1) host two national convenings with the goal of assessing the state of, and best practices in, the teaching of American history, civics, and government in K-12 education; 2) publish a report to disseminate the convenings’ findings, including a national forum in Washington D.C. to launch the report and 3.) implement a robust national publicity strategy to the education community and general public. This opportunity is offered in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education’s American History and Civics Education—National Activities program.
To apply for this grant, you will be need to be registered for a D-U-N-S® number, with the System for Awards Management (SAM), and with Grants.gov. If you have registered with these systems previously, confirm that your registrations are current and up to date. If you fail to allow ample time to complete registration with SAM or Grants.gov, you will not be eligible for a deadline extension or waiver of the online electronic submission requirement.
Begin by reading the Notice of Funding Opportunity below to ensure you understand the expectations and restrictions for projects delivered under this grant and are prepared to write the most effective application.
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