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The Oregon Department of Education’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (OEDI) is pleased to announce the release of the
2022 - 2023 Latino/a/x and Indigenous* Student Success Grants.
Latino/a/x & Indigenous* Student Success Plan seeks to address historic and current systemic inequities experienced by Latino/a/x and Indigenous* students through focused investments and partnerships with community-based organizations, school districts, early learning providers, and higher education. The plan centers equity and community by ensuring those closest to the problem help develop and design the solutions. Through this effort, we will work to close the opportunity gap and eliminate educational disparities to ensure all students can thrive.
The following values guide and shape this Plan:
You can read the
Plan in full here.
As part of this Plan, the
2022-2023 Latino/a/x and Indigenous* Student Success Grants are being made available to Community-Based Organizations, school districts, early learning hubs or early learning providers, Tribes, education service districts, and post-secondary institutions of education to address the goals and objectives in their Grant Application for the Latino/a/x and Indigenous* Student Success Plan.
The amount of each Grant is anticipated to be up to $250,000 for the 2022-2023 school year. A portion of those funds, not to exceed $50,000, may be made available for startup costs, summer programs and/or build capacity for the 2022-2023 school year based on a demonstrated ability and need to implement the strategies provided in the Plan. Grantees will receive up to $250,000 for the 2022-2023 school year and future grant renewals (2023-2025 biennium and beyond) will be awarded at up to $200,000 per year.
ODE is hosting two webinars for potential applicants to learn about the RFA, application process, and evaluation criteria.
Any questions or requests for clarification can be sent to Karen Hull at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions or Requests for Clarification are due by 12pm on May 24, 2022.
*(Indigenous Mexican, Central, South American, and Caribbean)
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