To help schools acquire the supplies, materials/equipment, or professional development needed to address learning loss gaps in the arts; promote innovation in the arts classroom; and/or support arts integration initiatives to remediate core subject areas.
Most public, private, and charter schools in S.C.
Up to $2,500 per grant request; Individual schools are eligible to receive up to two (2) grants ($5,000 total) per fiscal year
1:2 (grantee:SCAC); no match for qualifying schools (see note)
To help schools acquire the supplies, materials/equipment, or professional development needed to address learning loss gaps in the arts, promote innovation in the arts classroom, and/or support arts integration initiatives to remediate core subject areas.
Grant guidelines are subject to change until the application opens.
How is this grant different from Arts Teacher Support grants?
Formerly the Arts Teacher Support grant, this grant category is now also open to non-arts teachers who are interested in exploring arts integration in their classrooms. Additionally, the SAS grant can support school-wide initiatives/projects that promote arts integration, innovation, and address learning loss in the arts.
Although there is not one singular definition for arts integration, the SCAC finds that the Kennedy Center’s comprehensive definition of Arts Integration is a worthy model. To read more how their definition has evolved, please visit their website and read “What is Arts Integration?“
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