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Public Charter Schools Dissemination Grant Program


Note: The due date for the request for applications has passed. This page is for reference and administration of funding.

The federal Public Charter School Dissemination Grant Program (PCSGP) is administered by the Charter Schools Division. Grants are reviewed by peer evaluators and awarded on a competitive basis to charter schools that will disseminate best practices likely to significantly improve academic achievement and reduce achievement gaps in California's K-12 public education system.

Program Questions: Michelle Ruskovsky, e-mail: mruskofsky@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-322-1755

Downloading Questions: Thomas Pacheco, Charter Schools Division, e-mail: tpacheco@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-322-1755

Document Description

Dissemination RFA
(DOC; 453KB; 60pp.)

PCSGP Dissemination Request For Applications (RFA). Download, complete, sign, and submit the application to the Charter Schools Division.

Certifications and Assurances

Document Description

Drug-Free Workplace
CDE-100DF (May-2007)

Certification for state or federal grants. Download, complete, sign, and submit the certification with the application.
Lobbying
ED 80-0013 (Revised Jun-2004)
Certification required for federally funded grants in excess of $100,000. Download, complete, sign, and submit the certification with the application.

Debarment and Suspension
ED 80-0014 (Revised Sep-1990)

Certification required for federally funded grants. Download, complete, sign, and submit the certification with the application.
General Assurances
CDE-100A (Revised Feb-2007)
Required for grants supported by state or federal funds. The signed grant application submitted to the CDE confirms a commitment to comply with the general assurances.

General Education Provisions Act
OMB Control No. 1890-0007 (Exp. 30-Nov-2007)

Notice to applicants for federal funds to include in the application a description of the steps the applicant proposes to take to ensure equitable access to its federally assisted program for participants with special needs.

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