4 AAC 33.210 - Grant applications

(a) An application for a grant for the improvement of school performance must be made on a form prescribed by and available from the department. The application must be signed by the applicant and the superintendent of the district through whom the application is made. If the applicant is an organization, the application must be signed by a responsible individual or officer designated by the organization.
(b) An application form for a grant for the improvement of school performance will be available from the department no later than 10 working days after the date that funds for a grant are available to the department. An application must be completed and postmarked or received by the department no later than 60 days after the date on which the application form was available from the department in order to be considered a timely application by the department.
(c) Repealed 1/13/95.
(d) In the grant application form, the applicant for a grant under 4 AAC 33.200 - 4 AAC 33.290 must explain, in writing,
(1) how the proposed project will contribute to the improvement of school performance;
(2) how for evaluation purposes the proposed project's effect on school performance will be demonstrated or measured; and
(3) how the project or parts of the project can be used by other districts, individuals, or organizations in the state to improve school performance.
(e) The subjects set out in 4 AAC 04.030 are school performance priority areas. The review committee shall give special consideration to proposed projects that are designed to improve school performance in the priority area.


4 AAC 33.210
Eff. 10/1/93, Register 127; am 1/13/95, Register 133

Authority:AS 14.03.125

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