Specialized Secondary Programs
Start-up funds for the establishment of new, advanced specialized programs in California high schools. The programs are expected to develop new standards-based model curriculum that promote advanced, in-depth study of a targeted content area. The Legislature intends for SSP to benefit the state economy by having schools located in close proximity to related industries.
Deadline: Applications due by October 24, 2014
Eligibility: California public schools, including direct-funded charter schools, with a proposed program that is new to the school, that will serve students in at least two consecutive grades, 9-12
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