The author is very concise on many aspects, using current research and collaborative input into the book. This text is should become the school leaders grant development bible.
Author: Kenneth T. Henson
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
This book breaks grant-writing down into 10 easy steps so school leaders learn how to sharpen their own skills and help others write highly-competitive grants. Stripping away the mystery of grant-writing, Successful Grant Writing for School Leaders: 10 Easy Steps provides a straightforward template for securing more grants for your school and district. Drawing on author Kenneth Henson's considerable success in this arena, the book outlines a series of steps that involve understanding the funder, identifying the funder's needs, and crafting proposals to capitalize on each opportunity. Filled with real examples, the book explains the parts of a grant, provides good grant sources, and details ways to ensure a grant gets funded again and again. Hallmark Features Draws on the authors' success and experience-which includes over 30 funded grants on a variety of topics from art to physics, ranging from a few thousand to several million dollars. Breaks grant writing down into 10 easy steps-and devotes chapters to the grant-writing process; common grant-writing myths; establishing a grant-writing library; the parts of a grant and how they are developed; constructing an irresistible budget; grant-writing style; good grant sources; the importance of partnerships; and ensuring the grant works and gets refunded. Includes a full chapter on the budget (chapter 6)-and shows how to prepare a budget that will tempt any potential funder and convince them that your proposal is the most practical. Shows how to target good grant sources (chapter 8)-and includes grant-finding tips from successful grant writers so readers learn how to identify and secure funding sources. Provides examples of real grants written by PK-12 educators in a mix of urban, suburban, and rural schools-so readers can examine the actual grants and hear the author explain in their own words how they learned about the grant opportunities, why they wrote their grants, how each grant helped their schools. Offers a list of most frequently used terms and a comprehensive glossary of grant-writing terms (appendix)-that introduce the special language of grant writing. Includes an appendix with a variety of writing-ready tools-such asa glossary of grant terms, several full-blown grants, and grammar exercises to help develop a crisp writing style and avoid the most common grammatical mistakes.
A Guide for School-Based Professionals Cynthia Franklin, Mary Beth Harris, Paula Allen- ... Successful grant writing for school leaders: 10 easy steps.
Author: Cynthia Franklin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Social Science
The School Services Sourcebook covers every aspect of school service delivery, arming practitioners with the nuts and bolts of evidence-based practice. The second edition has been significantly revised with a new structure including 73 chapters divided into five Parts across thirteen Sections, with an additional six chapters included in an online section found on the book's companion website. Fifteen new chapters cover key topics such as implementing an RTI framework, positive behavioral supports, school climate, functional behavioral assessment, the integration of ethics, Autism and suicide, school engagement, military families, Latino immigrant families, classroom management, transition planning and several chapters that speak to assessment and accountability. Each chapter serves as a detailed intervention map, quickly summarizing the problem area before presenting step-by-step instructions on how to implement an evidence-based program with clear goals in mind and methods to measure the outcome. The concise, user-friendly format from the first edition has been retained, orienting readers to each issue with a Getting Started section, then moves smoothly into What We Know, What We Can Do, Tools and Practice Examples, and Key Points to Remember. A new section, Applying Interventions within Response-to-Intervention Framework, has been added to each chapter to facilitate the implementation of an RTI model. Quick-reference tables and charts highlight the most important information needed for daily reference, and annotated lists of further reading and Web resources guide readers in gathering additional information to tailor their practice to suit their students' needs. Each chapter has been specifically crafted by leaders in their fields with the ultimate goal of giving school-based practitioners the tools they need to deliver the best mental health and social services possible to students, families, and communities. This sourcebook is an invaluable reference for all school-based social workers, psychologists, counselors, mental health professionals, educators, and administrators. Visit the companion website for more information and to access additional book content: [URL]
Once the proposal is written, someone outside of the writing team should edit the ... and developed the following tips for successful grant procurement: 1.
Author: Edward H. Seifert
Publisher: R&L Education
Veteran educators Seifert and Vornberg utilize the six standards created by the Interstate School Leaders Consortium (ISLLIC) and used in developing and redesigning preparation programs and state certification examinations to discuss those issues faced by practicing elementary and secondary school principals. Each chapter begins with a short case study emanating from a fictitious school district and culminates with student activities that address the concepts discussed in the chapter. Questions and activities follow and provide the reader with an opportunity to apply the concepts discussed. This design makes it an ideal text for use with principal certification programs offered by higher education units and other alternative certification programs. The practice of the principalship is viewed by the authors as a systematic process that addresses the operation of a school as a set of interrelated parts and skills that work together to create a self-correcting model of student learning, teaching, and stakeholder participation. An instructor's manual is available as a separate publication.
A Guide for School Administrators, Technology Coordinators, ... and technology coordinators regarding how to develop a successful grant-writing plan.
Author: Bruce M. Whitehead
Publisher: Corwin Press
Stay a step ahead of technological change so that every student can flourish! Students and classrooms are growing more technologically savvy every semester, and falling behind is not an option. This new edition of an essential text shows educational leaders how to equip their students for the future, with updates such as: Digital developments of the past decade that school leaders must address New content covering the Common Core, distributed leadership, adult learning theory, digital citizenship, cybersecurity, cloud computing, and more A new chapter on creating a “culture of technology” that goes beyond mere user manuals to create responsible, tech-savvy students
Henson, Kenneth T. Successful Grant Writing for School Leaders: 10 Easy Steps. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, 2012.
Author: Jeremy T. Miner
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Not every book merits a fifth edition! An invaluable resource, this thorough and detailed guide will enable anyone charged with grantseeking to submit winning proposals. • Offers advanced writing tips highlighting technological tools that will help writers work smarter, not harder, to increase proposal persuasiveness • Includes an expanded presentation of logic models that graphically display the relationship between situation, processes, and resulting outputs and outcomes • Features a new chapter on sustainability, complete with sample language to help grantseekers answer the dreaded question, "How will your project be sustained beyond the granting period?" • Shares practical tips that have enabled the authors to write winning grants for four decades
After receiving grant approval, the two main architects of the grant writing team shifted attention to achieving the goals of the grant.
Author: Karen Sanzo
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
This book will feature lessons learned about the successful implementation of leadership program preparation and development programs that are grant-funded by the United States Department of Education through the School Leadership Program. Each chapter will highlight one or more practices that have been identified as a best practice by the literature and detail how the program implemented the practice(s). It is clear from the literature what should be done to prepare aspiring and current leaders (i.e. mentoring, in-depth internships, partnerships) but what is not clear is how to do this. This book will do exactly that with real-life experiences in the implementation of these practices (including successes, challenges, etc.). These will be authentic examples from the field about how practitioners have addressed challenges in implemented successful activities such as coaching, the internship, evaluating projects, and forging partnerships with preparation entities.
For the school association leader, this could take the form of small-group ... Grant writing requires putting thoughts to paper and being clear about the ...
Author: John R. Hoyle
Publisher: R&L Education
Skills for Successful 21st Century School Leaders provides a complete overview of the knowledge base and skills for successful school leaders. The publication is based on the standards developed by AASA, ISLLC, NPBEA, NCATE, and state education agencies.
Bauer, David G. The “How To” Grants Manual: Successful Grantseeking Techniques for ... T. Successful Grant Writing for School Leaders: 10 Easy Steps.
Author: Jeremy T. Miner
Category: Business & Economics
No matter whether you are approaching public or private sponsors, this thorough and detailed step-by-step guide will enable you to plan and write winning proposals. • Discusses resources to identify the tens of thousands of grantmakers that award more than $350 billion in philanthropic funds annually • Provides a time-tested template to write proposals for private foundations and corporations, with samples to illustrate how the template can be used in different grant writing situations • Features new examples of and strategies for increasing the overall quality and competitiveness of grant applications • Addresses sponsors' increased attention to evaluation and their desire to move beyond counting participants and activities to measuring a project's impact • Looks at different types of sustainability and interrelationships among grant proposal narratives, logic models, and budgets • Offers new strategies for engineering and reverse engineering budgets to help maintain alignment between costs and activities and insulate against potential requests for budget reductions
Business school leaders can create a culture in which significant grant writing ... on how to write successful grants or identify research foundations.
Author: Adam Lindgreen
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
This insightful book considers the challenges faced by researchers pursuing an academic career. From applying for grants to supervising PhD students, it utilises practical research and real experiences to illustrate how marketing scholars can strike a healthy working balance between teaching and research to find success in academia.
The first half of the book breaks down the "nuts and bolts" of a grant application; the second half introduces the author’s MONEY TALKS acronym to illustrate ten important tips for writing a successful grant application: M: Make Time T: ...
Author: Barbara Gottschalk
Do you have a great teaching idea but no way to pay for it? No problem! A successful grant proposal can be the answer. Get Money for Your Classroom guides you through each step of the grant-writing process, answering common questions and providing examples from real, successful grant proposals. The first half of the book breaks down the "nuts and bolts" of a grant application; the second half introduces the author’s MONEY TALKS acronym to illustrate ten important tips for writing a successful grant application: M: Make Time T: Tell a Story O: Obey the Application Rules A: Ask for Action Items N: Never Start New L: Learn What’s Funded E: Everybody Involved K: Keep Trying Y: Youth Input S: Show Sustainability Each chapter is full of examples—what to do and what to avoid—from the author’s own grant applications. The book’s appendix includes a list of national and regional grant programs appropriate for teachers. These helpful resources and the author’s practical advice will give you the confidence and motivation to start applying on your own!
Advised and designed a school-wide plan to assure our students' success in ... Additional Training/Professional Development 'Cutting Edge Grant Writing,' ...
Author: Gary E. Martin
School Leader Internship, 5th Edition, challenges aspiring educational leaders and interns to better assess, prepare, plan, implement, and evaluate their internship experience in preparation for certification, licensure, and advancement into school building-level leadership positions. In this updated edition, the content is organized around the latest National Education Leadership Preparation (NELP) Standards and includes intern activities that develop skills in essential areas including ethics, equity and cultural responsiveness, curriculum development, community of care, support of teachers and staff, school partnerships, and continuous school improvement. This unique book provides step-by-step guidance for interns, their supervisors, and faculty on how to initiate an internship and evaluate interns' work and is a critical resource for leadership preparation programs nationwide and the thousands of school districts that support leadership candidates. Special Features: The National Education Leadership Preparation (NELP) Standards Assessment provides an understanding of the wide breadth of experience and demonstration of skills necessary for school leaders. Self and Superior Assessment helps students to plan according to individual need, experience, goals, and performance expectations. Internship Plans allow students to assess, analyze, and prepare draft individualized internship plans. Professional Report or Portfolio encourages students to evaluate and reflect on their experiences and plan for the future.
Alone among this set of principals, she knew how to use the district's budgeting software. She was also committed to and successful at ongoing grant writing ...
Author: Larry W. Hughes
Current Issues in School Leadership examines controversies about, and affecting, school practices. Focusing on two essential questions--what is important to today's school leaders? and what is interfering with schooling processes?--it includes chapters by a broad range of authors, with expertise on their specific topic. The text is organized in three sections: *Social and Political Issues; *Curriculum and Learning Issues; and *Organization and Management Issues. The goal of this text--designed for school leadership, educational administration, and foundations of education courses--is to challenge readers to think carefully and critically about each of the issues presented, leading to positive action and leadership.
Are you ready to add grants to your school's funding plan, but not sure where to begin? This book is a companion workbook for Grant Writing for Impact. This workbook was created because early readers asked for more.
Author: Peggy Downs
Are you ready to add grants to your school's funding plan, but not sure where to begin? This book is a companion workbook for Grant Writing for Impact. This workbook was created because early readers asked for more. They wanted more examples, more checklists, and more guidance for planning and implementing the ideas and strategies found in the book. These tools made sense as a separate workbook, providing you with a place for developing your ideas and planning your program. The content follows the structure provided by the five strategies in Grant Writing for Impact: Envision, Establish, Engage, Execute, and Extend. Author Peggy Downs shares her experience as a charter school leader and grant writer in this step-by-step system that takes you from vision to sustainable funding for your school. The tools and resources were created or borrowed and adapted for school leaders. In this book, you'll learn how to: Focus on the Mission with a Mission Audit Establish a Grants Committee Identify the Grant's Values and Priorities Develop a Funding Plan Analyze your Grants Program And Much More! If you are a school director, administrator, board member, or founder looking to establish a successful grants program, the tools in this workbook will make your job easier. Working with the content in Grant Writing for Impact, this workbook provides all you need to move from wishful thinking to successful reality. Learn how to clarify your vision, manage grants effectively, and develop partnerships with grant makers and donors to support your school improvement goals with the tools and resources in the companion workbook for Grant Writing for Impact. Build a comprehensive grants program for your school with Grant Writing for Impact and Grant Writing for Impact Workbook.
School leaders who are adept, careful, and creative can find ways to make their ... The best way to learn how to write successful grants is to attend a ...
Author: Abby Barry Bergman
Publisher: Corwin Press
Packed with essential forms, letters, charts, and checklists, this easy-to-use kit offers solutions for virtually any leadership or administrative challenge that elementary school principals commonly face.
However, adding grants to school improvement work empowers school leaders, grant writing teams, and entire schools to make leaps forward.
Author: Karen A. Goeller
This inspirational and reader-friendly guide offers school leaders six quick and achievable steps for transforming teaching and learning into a high-impact action plan. Author Karen Goeller shows how effective curriculum, instruction, and assessment work can help students overcome college, career, and life challenges. With its clear steps and concrete advice, this text will help school leaders in any district ignite passion for continuous school improvement and sustain a culture of ongoing and collaborative learning. Topics include: • crafting a purpose statement that will rally students, teachers, and families around an essential focus; • using data to boost school improvement and student performance; • streamlining curriculum and instruction; • building meaningful relationships among students, teachers, and families; • leveraging instruction strategies to improve student engagement; and • energizing staff and students with networking strategies and transition activities. Each chapter offers research tips, guides to action, numerous examples, reflection questions, immediate take-aways, and downloadable tools. Karen Goeller is Deputy Superintendent for the Vigo County School Corporation in Indiana and Adjunct Instructor of Educational Leadership at Indiana State University.
We had seniors writing a grant for future students. ... outthat with only four schools nationally receiving the grant the chances of success were slim.
Author: Nelson Beaudoin
This book proves that great things can happen when school leaders refuse to settle for business-as-usual. You can achieve success for your schools and students if you steer clear of the familiar and the comfortable. With over 34 years of experience in educational leadership, Nelson Beaudoin was Maine’s 2000 NASSP Principal of The Year. His book demonstrates how to generate school-wide enthusiasm for replacing timeworn routines and procedures, give students a voice and personalize the learning process, initiate innovative programs and practices, implement comprehensive school reform, nurture and inspire your faculty,and have fun at work and let your humanity show.
Author: Laura N. Gitlin, PhDPublish On: 2013-10-10
She knows that a nearby school of education has a program that involves providing staff development for school principals. She might propose a contract with ...
Author: Laura N. Gitlin, PhD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Category: Social Science
"This book is easy to read and understand. It is a great resource for individuals wishing to write grants. I have not seen another book that is this comprehensive and user-friendly." Score: 92, 4 Stars.--Michalene A. King, PhD, RN, CNE in Doody's Medical Reviews This fully updated and revised edition of a classic guide to grant writing for health and human service professionals reflects the two major changes in the field: new NIH application processes and an increased emphasis on interprofessional and team approaches to science. New case examples reflect grant writing strategies for a great variety of health and human service professions, and the text includes an enhanced focus on online methods for organizing grant submissions. A new section on special considerations for submitting grants addresses specific types of research including mixed methods, behavioral intervention research, secondary analyses, translational research, and comparative effectiveness studies. The new chapter on common writing challenges and solutions provides examples of strong and weak statements and highlights the importance of writing with precision. Additionally, this new edition provides an expanded section on post-award requirements and links to NIH videos about grant writing. Written for individuals in both academic and practice settings, the guide addresses, step-by-step, the fundamental principles for effectively securing funding. It is the only book to provide grant-writing information that encompasses many disciplines and to focus on building a research career with grant writing as a step-wise process. It provides detailed, time-tested strategies for building an investigative team, highlights the challenges of collaboration, and describes how to determine the expertise needed for a team and the roles of co-investigators. The book addresses the needs of both novice and more experienced researchers. New to the Fourth Edition: Reflects recent changes to the field including an emphasis on interprofessional approaches to science and new NIH application processes Offers additional case examples relevant to social work, nursing, psychology, rehabilitation, and occupational, physical, and speech therapies Provides links to NIH websites containing videos on grant writing Includes chapter opener objectives Expands section on post-award requirements Focuses on electronic mechanisms for organizing grant submissions including software such as RefWorks and google alerts Enlarges appendices to include charts, graphics, grant application samples and Aims page samples full of errors with answers provided
Principal effectiveness: A twelve-step approach to leadership success. ... Show me the money: Tips and resources for successful grant writing.
Author: Richard D. Sorenson
Publisher: Corwin Press
Create a winning school budget during challenging economic times! This revised bestseller walks school leaders through the budgeting process, focusing on vision and strategic planning as firm guides to resource allocation. With an eye toward tough budgetary climates, the authors provide a budgeting model that helps you align organizational goals with a sound fiscal accountability system. In this new edition you will learn: 25 tips for budgeting during an economic downturn How to develop a school budget using the most effective practices Methods for conducting a needs and program assessment How to prepare and analyze a school action plan Answers to some of the toughest budgeting dilemmas