Awards Granted

Fiscal Year 2019 Innovation Fund Implementation & Scaling Grantees

On December 11, 2018, Gov. Deal announced three Innovation Fund implementation and scaling grant award winners, listed below:

Charles R. Drew Charter School
Atlanta Public Schools
STEAM Beyond Borders: Connecting Georgia's Educators Through STEAM/PBL Professional Development

Clayton County Public Schools

VOICE: Video Observations Improving (Teacher) Collaboration and Effectiveness

Telfair County Schools

Telfair County Tiny Trojans

Whitfield County Schools

Beyond the Classroom

Click here to read summaries of the FY19 Innovation Fund implementation and scaling grant award winners.

Fiscal Year 2019 Innovation Fund Accelerator Grantees

In November 2018, GOSA announced five Innovation Fund Accelerator award winners, listed below:

7 Pillars of Mastery Career Academy
Clayton County School System
Math Model Homes to Hold Starent (student + Parent) Built Computers!

Centennial Academy
Atlanta Public Schools
Middle School Pre-College Applied STEAM Leadership & Innovation Program

Douglas County School System
ANALYTICS: Advancing kNowledge, Aptitude, and Leadership Yielding Teacher Integration of Computer Science

Paulding County School System
Academy of Computer Science and Information Technology at Hiram High School

Utopian Academy of the Arts
State Charter School
Music MicroC.O.SM

Villa Rica Middle School
Carroll County School System
Resurrection of Villa Middle School through Stakeholder Improvement

Click here to read summaries of the Innovation Fund Accelerator award winners.

Community Partnership Grantees

In November 2018, GOSA, along with the Innovation Fund Foundation (IFF), announced five Community Partnership Grant award winners, listed below:

Board of Control for the Southern Regional
SREB/Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative Joint Project to Support Elementary Teachers of Mathematics
Elementary Mathematics Teaching and Learning

Boys and Girls Clubs of the CSRA - Thomson Club
GREAT Readers - Thomson Club
Birth to Age Eight Language and Literacy

DeKalb County School District - Stoneview Elementary School
Loving Literacy
Birth to Age Eight Language and Literacy

Charles R. Drew Charter School
PREPping for Success in Early Learning: Parent Engagement and Data Alignment
Birth to Age Eight Language and Literacy

University of West Georgia Foundation, Inc.
STEMDesign: Design Thinking for Elementary Teachers and Students
Positive Learning Climate

Click here to read summaries of the Community Partnership Grant award winners.

Discover, Design, Develop (D3) Schools Grant Project Grantees

In June 2018, GOSA announced five D3 grantees who will participate in a year-long, GOSA-facilitated, strategic planning process to create a program or project that effectively targets their school or district's most urgent need. 

DeKalb Preparatory Academy (DeKalb County)
Math Masters

Feldwood Elementary School (Fulton County)
MIF (Math Institute of Feldwood)

KIPP STRIVE Primary (Atlanta Public Schools)
KSP Social-Emotional Family Project

McNair Middle School (Fulton County)
Treating the Trauma Within: Using PBIS to Begin the Healing Process

Woodland Middle School (Fulton County)
Wolverine Welcome Wagon

Click here to read summaries of the 2018 D3 grantees

Fiscal Year 2018 Implementation & Scaling Grantees

On November 29, 2017, Gov. Deal announced three Innovation Fund implementation and scaling grant award winners, listed below:

Clarke County School District

Pathway of Support: Trauma-Informed Care

Crisp County School System

Early SUCCESS: Strategies for Underserved Children, Community Engagement, and Social-emotional Support

Westside High School

Bibb County School District

Westside STEAM Magnet High School RTI-Based Personalized Learning Program

Click here to read summaries of the FY18 Innovation Fund implementation and scaling grant award winners. 

Click here to read summaries of the Fiscal Year 2018 Innovation Fund Accelerator grant award winners.

Click here to read summaries of the Fiscal Year 2017 grant award winners.

Click here to read summaries of the Fiscal Year 2016 grant award winners.
 
Click here to read summaries of the Fiscal Year 2015 grant award winners.
 
Click here to view past Race to the Top grant award winners.