US Department of Education (US ED) - Specific Requirements & Advice
Common Instructions for Applicants to Department of Education Discretionary Grant Programs (2/12/18)
Grantmaking at ED
Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development and FAQs
(A report from the Institute of Educational Sciences/US ED and the National Science Foundation)
- Guidance on building the evidence base in STEM learning
- Provides guidelines for six types of education “research” projects
- Overview of the nature, justification, evidence generation and so on for each project type
- Identify a current funding opportunity that matches your research interests and identify the relevant Letter of Intent and application deadlines.
- View a funding opportunities webinar to learn more about the application process and choosing an appropriate funding opportunity.
- Download the Application Submission Guide, as well as the appropriate Request for Applications and application package (See below for links or search for CFDA 84.305 or CFDA 84.324).
- Submit your Letter of Intent (optional but strongly encouraged).
- Submit your application to Grants.gov before the application deadline.
Institute of Education Science (IES) - Resources for Researchers
Webinars, methodological resources, peer review process, available data sets, etc.
FY 2020 Research Funding Webinars - on-demand webinars for those who are interested in Fiscal Year 2020 funding opportunities and in learning more about IES covering:
- IES Basic Overview of Research Grants and Information for New Applicants to IES
- IES Grant Writing Workshop
- IES Application Process
- Funding Opportunities for Minority Serving Institutions
- Research Grants Focused on Systematic Replication
- NCSER Research Training Programs in Special Education: Early Career Development and Mentoring
- Research Training Programs in the Education Sciences
- National Research and Development Centers
UNH-developed US ED Proposal Development Tools and Resources
US ED Online Resources for Grant Seekers
Understanding Funding in the U.S. Department of Education – Presentation by Marjorie Piechowski