GRANT PROPOSAL TOPIC
My project idea is developing a grant that will assist with disruptive/unruly high school students. Once this proposal is developed and funded it will assist schools and their teachers with methods that will allow them to be more in control of their classrooms which will ultimately promote effectiveness and a higher graduation rate. Better classroom management techniques will be more appealing to stakeholders and other organizations because it will make education in the public school system more marketable when compared to private schools.
This week, you begin work on your Final Project. The Final Project consists of three written assignments that culminate in the submission of your grant proposal to your Instructor in Module 6. Parts 1, 2, and 3 will focus on major elements required of all proposals. In the final Grant Proposal Submission, incorporating the cumulative feedback you receive from your Instructor, you will compile these elements into your grant proposal.
The three parts of the Final Project are:
The final Grant Proposal Submission is due in Module 6.
For this Assignment:
Keep in mind that objectives must be specific and measurable and lead directly to your goals.
In 3–4 pages, excluding APA references, address the following:
*Evaluation Criteria #1,n
*Evaluation Criteria #2,n
*Evaluation Criteria #3,n
It is imperative that your needs statement, goals, objectives, and evaluation criteria align.
For example, Goal #1, Objective #1, and Evaluation Criteria #1 must align and collectively meet the needs statement.
When developing your objectives, use the SMART objectives framework; list each of your project objectives.
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Stokes, K. (2012). Writing clear statements of needs and goals for grant proposals. AMWA Journal: American Medical Writers Association Journal, 27(1), 25–28.
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