Competitive Grants

Find Competitive Grant Funding Aligned to Our Products 

States and organizations award competitive grant funding through a careful and selective process. Schools or districts must apply for consideration, and eligibility criteria differ from grant to grant. Considering applying for competitive grant funding? Carefully review the funder’s grant guidelines for program requirements and eligibility criteria. 

Open Grant Opportunities*

North Carolina

21st Century Community Learning Centers

Deadline: April 23, 2024
Grant Range: Not Specified

  • Provide opportunities during non-school hours for academic enrichment (including tutoring) for students, particularly those who are underserved.
  • Offer a broad array of services, programs, and activities designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program.
  • Notice of Intent encouraged, but not required.


*We encourage you to review with your internal procurement team to verify current eligibility requirements and any relevant deadlines. Requirements are provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. Curriculum Associates is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content. These links do not constitute an endorsement or approval by Curriculum Associates of any services or other content in the external sites.

What Can You Purchase with Competitive Grant Funds?

Districts and schools have used competitive grants to support Curriculum Associates products, including the ones below. If you have questions about competitive grants, please contact us. Our Grants team is here to help.


i-Ready Learning

i-Ready Learning is a collection of high-quality instructional resources that help students learn and grow by accessing grade-level materials.


i-Ready Assessment

Meet a wide range of assessment needs in your district with one powerful solution. The i-Ready Assessment suite provides the data teachers need to target instruction where it’s needed most.


Professional Development

Educators of all experience levels learn carefully developed practices that help them optimize the use of our programs from day one.