Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)
09/06/19 4:00 PM CST - Receipt
Grant to a USA entity to create a network of specialists in Texas for infant and toddler care. Funding is intended to expand the quality and availability of toddler and infant care and improve teacher practices. Funding is also intended to provide professional development, specialized technical assistance, and collaboration with other programs that serve infants and toddlers.
The Texas ITSN program will be administered statewide by a single entity. Regional infant toddler specialists will work closely with their Local Workforce Development Boards (Boards) and other local infant and toddler resources to form PLCs. These PLCs will provide comprehensive services that best meet the needs of each local workforce development area.
The successful Applicant, under the Texas ITSN program, must offer a program that provides standard comprehensive infant and toddler care services throughout the state via PLCs. These professionals will work directly with the infant toddler workforce to implement an effective and accountable ITSN, increase their skills, knowledge, and practice-based competencies in providing evidence-based early care and learning, for infants and toddlers.
The successful Applicant will develop an ITSN that satisfies the following requirements:
Further information about each requirement can be found in the RFA Solicitation, page 8 (See Attached Files below).
GrantWatch ID#: 186531
TWC intends to award one (1) grant to the Applicant who best demonstrates the ability to achieve the desired outcomes with the available funding.
- Grant Start Date: January 2020
- Funding will be for approximately eighteen (18) months from the grant start date, with the option of renewals or extensions in any combination of years or months, at TWC’s discretion, provided that the total grant period does not exceed five (5) years. In considering such renewal, TWC will consider performance, progress toward expected outcomes, and expenditures, as well as other factors
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The Overnight, Express Delivery, and Hand Delivery address is:
Grant Administration, Room 342T
RFA Reference: RFA 32019-00160
4405 Springdale Road, Suite B
Austin, Texas 78723-6050
U.S. Postal Mailing Address:
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101 E. 15th St., Room 342T
Austin, Texas 78778-0001
Telephone: (512) 936-7960
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