U.S. Department of Ed announces Inveting in Innovation grant winners

Education Week reports:

The U.S. Department of Education announced Wednesday that 49 districts, schools, and nonprofits beat out more than 1,600 other applicants in the competition for $650 million in grants from the Investing in Innovation, or i3, fund.

Four groups—the KIPP Foundation, Ohio State University, the Success for All Foundation, and Teach For America—won what are known as “scale up” awards worth up to $50 million each.

Fifteen groups won “validation” awards of up to $30 million, and 30 won “development” grants of up to $5 million.

The winners will focus their work in 250 different project locations spanning 42 states plus the District of Columbia, and 37 percent say they intend to serve rural school districts.

Education Week has published a complete list of winners, along with detailed information regarding their grants, here (PDF).

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