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American Indian/Alaskan Native Education Amendments

State Education Amendment

In 2017, the Utah State Legislature passed House Bill 43, the American Indian and Alaskan Native State Education Amendments (sponsored by Senator Michael Noel), which received and appropriation of $250,000 for the next four years to create a pilot program to fund stipends, recruitment, and retention of teachers who teach in American Indian and Alaskan Native concentrated schools.

State Plan Pilot Program

In 2016, the Utah State Legislature passed Senate Bill 14, the American Indian and Alaskan Native Education Amendments (sponsored by Senator Kevin Van Tassell), which received an appropriation of $250,000 for the next five years to create a pilot program to fund stipends, recruitment, and retention of teachers who teach in American Indian and Alaskan Native concentrated schools.

Intergenerational Poverty Interventions (IGPI) Grant

In 2014, the Utah State Legislature passed Senate Bill 43, the IGPI in Public Schools bill (sponsored by Senator Reid), which received an annual appropriation of $1,000,000 for afterschool programming. Administered through the Utah State Office of Education (USOE), individual grants were made available to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) for new or existing afterschool programs that provided targeted services for students affected by intergenerational poverty. Through a competitive application process, six LEAs were awarded grants ranging from approximately $34,000 to $303,000.

The six LEAs that received this funding include:

  • American Preparatory Academy
  • Gateway Preparatory Academy
  • Grand School District
  • Granite School District
  • Ogden School District
  • Provo School District

Resources

IGPI Afterschool Program Year 2 Evaluations at a Glance (2017)

IGPI Afterschool Program Evaluations (2015-2016)

IGPI Afterschool Evaluation Year 1 Fast Facts (2015)

IGPI Afterschool Program Evaluation: For Grantees (2014-2015)

IGPI Initiative Highlights: Annual Reports
Department of Workforce Services

If you have any questions, please contact Kamille Sheikh, Education Specialist at (801) 538-7825 or Renee Medina, Office Specialist at (801) 538-7704.

Partnership for Student Success Grant

2016 Utah Senate Bill 67: Partnerships for Student Success 
Utah State Legislature

2016 Grant Application

2016 Timeline and Resources (Summer/Fall)

If you have any questions, please contact Kamille Sheikh, Education Specialist at (801) 538-7825 or Renee Medina, Office Specialist at (801) 538-7704.

Utah Consolidated Application (UCA)

The UCA is the Utah State Board of Education’s (USBEs) Grants Management System. Utah’s goal is to provide transparent awarding to Local Education Agencies (LEAs) of some state and federal grants; aligned with LEA’s educational plans, made available to public access. This system provides a simplified LEA planning process that encourages stakeholder participation; grant application and awards; as well as reimbursement request processing. To have these tools available in one place reduces burden on both the local and state levels.

If you have any questions, please contact Kellie Smith, UCA Help Desk Office Specialist at (801) 538-7744.

State Programs

Dr. Harold (Chuck) Foster
Education Specialist
Phone: (801) 538-7838 | E-mail

Daphne Prince
Office Specialist
Phone: (801) 538-7803 | E-mail