Grant Development Expertise

Wide Range of Competitive Grant Proposals Written by AES That Have Been Funded, Securing Millions of Dollars for School Districts

 Principal Officers Elaine Rosales and David Kikoler have been successfully writing grant proposals for over twenty years. They lead AES proposal writing teams that customize grants for each client making them highly competitive and insuring that they meet the needs of the district, the schools, their teachers and all of their students. Since its founding in 1996, AES written grants have provided continuous streams of funding for, as examples, the New York City Department of Education (Magnet Schools Assistance Program, Smaller Learning Communities Program, Title VII Bilingual Education Program, Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Program, Even Start Program), New Haven Connecticut (Magnet Schools Assistance Program, Voluntary Public School Choice Program, Smaller Learning Communities Program, Title VII Bilingual Education Program), and Springfield Massachusetts (Magnet Schools Assistance Program, Title VII Bilingual Education Program, Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Program). Many other districts have benefited from AES written grants or from AES grant technical assistance.

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AES Grant Writing Technical Assistance, Helping to Secure Millions of Dollars for School Districts

In addition to the grant applications that AES writes, AES has given technical assistance and support to many school districts across the country that has helped them prepare winning grant applications.

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Winning Magnet Schools Assistance Program Grants

AES has special expertise in developing successful proposals for the Magnet Schools Assistance Program. AES has either written or given technical assistance for 53 MSAP funded projects since 1996.

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