Designing Successful Grant Proposals

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Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1996 - Education - 135 pages
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This handbook offers guidelines for compiling successful grant proposals. Chapter 1 reviews basic elements of a proposal, explains how to match the proposal's priorities with those of funders, and offers suggestions for writing big proposals. Chapter 2 presents strategies for monitoring funding sources, and chapter 3 describes how to conduct a successful needs assessment. Tips for writing the beginning elements of the proposal are highlighted in the fourth chapter. Chapters 5 through 8 offer guidelines for accomplishing objectives, calculating a budget, preparing research proposals, and completing the proposal. Nineteen figures are included. Appendices contain a list of resources and a sample funded proposal. (Contains 15 references.) (LMI)

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Donald C. Orlich is Professor Emeritus with the Science Mathematics Engineering Education Center at Washington State University. He has been active in public education since 1955 and has directed numerous in-service education projects relating to the improvement of instruction. In 2001, the 160,000-member Association for Curriculum Development and Supervision honored him with its Outstanding Affiliate Article Award. In 2003, the University of Montana honored him with the Educational Leadership Excellence Award.

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