These Georgia Department of Education grants provide a wide range of high-quality student and community enrichment opportunities that complement regular school-time learning when school is not in session. Usually referred to as “Afterschool Grants”, the 21st CCLC supports an incredible variety of activities like creative arts programming, character building activities, tutoring, mentoring, field trips, physical education, and more.
GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Local education agencies, institutions of higher education, community and faith-based organizations, nonprofit and for profit organizations, and city or county government agencies, or a consortium.
FUNDER MATCH REQUIREMENT:
Funding will be reduced to 90% of the original funding level during year 4 and to 80% during year 5.
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