ERIC Number: ED393209
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Writing Grant Proposals That Win!
Hale, Phale D., Jr.
This guidebook offers lessons in the fundamentals of grant-writing, with a focus on showing the proposal writer how to shape the basic form into a clear, well-organized document that is unique as well as appealing to the reader. Chapter 1 examines the general structure of a grant proposal and shows how to build a conceptual framework that makes a logical case for funding. Chapter 2 describes additional features that enhance the clarity of a proposal. The third chapter describes how to use technology to enhance the professional presentation of the proposal. An actual request for proposals (RFP) from a U.S. Department of Education program is examined in the fourth chapter. Chapter 5 helps grant seekers understand the federal panel-review process, describing who the reviewers are and how they respond to proposals. Writing proposals for private-sector grants is the subject of the sixth chapter. Chapter 7 offers suggestions for dealing with the politics of grant seeking, and the final chapter advises what to do if the proposal is not awarded. Seven figures are included. Appendices contain a sample proposal and critique, sample application forms, and a list of state contacts. (LMI)
Descriptors: Electronic Publishing, Elementary Secondary Education, Federal Aid, Federal Government, Federal Regulation, Financial Support, Grants, Grantsmanship, Politics of Education, Private Financial Support, Program Proposals, Proposal Writing, Public Agencies, State Aid
Capitol Publications, Inc., P.O. Box 1453, Alexandria, VA 22313-2053 ($75 plus $3 postage and handling).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
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