Grantmaking

Phase I - Leadership Training

In Phase I, OETT partners with the K20 Center for Educational and Community Renewal at the University of Oklahoma to teach the IDEALS for Student Achievement and how they relate to technology use in the classroom. For more information about Phase I or to sign up for the next session, visit the K20 Center's website.

Superintendents or administrators in Oklahoma schools and/or districts must complete Phase I before applying for Phase II Grants to Schools.

Bishop_2.JPGPhase II - Grants to Schools

Superintendents or administrators in Oklahoma schools and/or districts must complete Phase I before applying for Phase II Grants to Schools. The Phase II grant initiative provides individual school site and/or district competitive grants. Each OETT grant school will receive a maximum of $40,000, which includes technology equipment and up to $4,000 in staff release time, and $25,000 professional development provided by K20 Center/OK-ACTS. Grant recipients will be required to provide a 10% match of $4,000 that can be used for technology equipment, substitutes, or stipends for staff.

Click here to be directed to the 2014 Online Grant Application.

Check the Helpful Links column to the right for more information on deadlines, online application assistance and more.