The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) at the University of Colorado Boulder is offering a grant to implement the evidence-informed Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) High School program with Colorado students in grade 9. LST High School is a 10-session social and emotional skill-building, as well as a substance abuse (including vaping) and violence prevention curriculum. The grant covers costs to implement the LST program for one year, including teacher training, teacher stipends or substitute-teacher reimbursement for trainings, as well as teacher and student materials. The application deadline is March 10, 2021.
Other Funding Opportunities
Scholarships for Cultivating Compassion and Dignity in Ourselves and Our Schools Certificate Program
The Crown Institute, with the support of the Hemera Foundation, is offering 20 scholarships to educators to complete the Cultivating Compassion and Dignity in Ourselves and Our Schools certificate and to take part in a… […]
Response, Innovation, and Student Equity (RISE) Education Fund
Applications are being accepted for grants from the $32.7 million Response, Innovation, and Student Equity (RISE) Education Fund sponsored through federal Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Funds. These grants are intended to address the learning challenges… […]