Iron Range School Collaboration: Innovative Academic Programming
The Iron Range School Collaboration Innovative Academic Programming grant program supports regional multi-district collaborative initiatives that result in increased availability and access to high quality education and training for students, teachers and communities.
Contact: Whitney Ridlon, 218-735-3004, Whitney.Ridlon@state.mn.us
Eligible applicants: A collaboration between two or more school districts within the agency's service area. Individual districts partnering with a Northeast Higher Education District college are also eligible.
- Eligible projects are a collaboration between two or more school districts within the agency’s service area.
- Funding is available for increased curriculum opportunities, collaborative programming, technology, career pathways, and staff development that lead to enhanced educational opportunities for students.
||Cook & Aitkin County – ISD OO1 & 116 Applied Learning Institute (ALI) Expansion
||Grand Rapids – ISD 318 West Range Career Pathways
||Education Innovation Partners Innovative Cooperative Center No. 6091-50 School District Technology Upgrades
||Chisholm – ISD 695 Connected Classroom
||Mountain Iron Buhl – ISD 712 Collaborative Chinese Language Course
||Chisholm – ISD 695 Multi-District Summer Program
||Education Innovation Partners Innovative Cooperative Center No. 6091-50 Telemedicine Project
|Total as of 07/01/2020
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