About Grants and Development
All educational organizations have an ongoing need to research and to develop sources of funding to support educational programs for all learners. CREC recognizes that local school district administrators often lack the time to research, write and edit grants. As a result, many funding opportunities are not pursued and certain educational programs are jeopardized or eliminated in the district due to lack of funding.
Many grants to support education are issued each year by state and federal agencies and by private foundations. Most of these grants are targeted to meet the needs of a particular population of learners. Finding grants that match the needs of specific educational programs is a task that CREC's Grants and Development Division can accomplish for its clients. CREC can assist local school districts in securing state, federal, local and private foundation grants.
CREC's Grants and Development Division can assist in the design and funding of a wide variety of educational programs. CREC has a well-established history of securing funding for and evaluating programs such as the following:
- Interdistrict K-12 Programs
- Preschool Programs
- At-Risk Programs
- Special Needs Programs
- Birth to Three Programs
- Developmental Programs
- Family Literacy Programs
- Before and After-School Programs
- Summer Academic Programs
- Adult Education Programs
- Innovative Curriculum Development
- Systemic Reform Strategies
- Diversity Training Programs
- Professional Development for Teachers and Administrators
- School Environment Enhancement Initiatives
- Leadership Programming
CREC's Grants and Development Division has years of experience servicing school districts and organizations, assisting in securing funding for a wide variety of programs CREC is aware of the fact that many educational programs could serve more clients more effectively and efficiently with additional funds. CREC's Office of Development is responsible for assisting educational programs, schools, and non-profit organizations is establishing and maintaining relationships with corporate and private foundations.