Federal and State Funding Sources
Conscious Discipline aligns with many federal and state funding opportunities. This helpful starting point will help you identify the sources that best fit your needs.Take Me There
Local/Community Funding Sources
Many local and community organizations also offer funding sources that may help offset the implementation and training costs of Conscious Discipline.Take Me There
Additional Funding Sources
If Federal, State or Community funding isn’t an option, some of these additional resources may be a fit for your unique SEL implementation scenario.Take Me There
Browse tips and resources to guide grant writing and other proposals, and access Conscious Discipline frameworks, alignments, crosswalks and more.Take Me There
We often hear from teachers and administrators with questions about funding Conscious Discipline implementation. We recognize that school funds are limited and can create barriers to securing resources and coaching. To help ensure you have the funds you need to support your students and staff, we’ve provided ideas and tools that will help you launch and sustain implementation at your school.
The following is a list of funding sources collected from individuals and organizations who have successfully secured funds for SEL initiatives in their schools.
Austin Aspires Receives $50,000 Grant
The money will fund a program that makes sure kids have access to mental health care.
KIMT3 News Austin, TX
Fairview Park Education Foundation awards grants, including enhanced summer reading program
On May 24, the Fairview Park Education Foundation acknowledged the 2018-2019 grant recipients at an end-of-year staff event.
Cleavland.com Fairview Park, OH
‘Every Child’ effort to expand Springfield preschool access receives $1.01 million boost
Springfield’s effort to improve kindergarten readiness received a significant boost Friday with a $1.01 million grant.
Springfield News-Leader Springfield, MO
Tampa Teachers encourage students to learn C.A.L.M. lessons
At King’s Kids Christian Academy in Tampa, the kids are encouraged to be noisy while still embracing C.A.L.M.
Bobby Lewis On The Road, WTSP Tampa, FL