The Maryland Tutoring Corps grant program, driven by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), aims to address pandemic-induced learning loss in math proficiency among secondary students by leveraging the one-time ESSER III Funds. This grant program provides the resources to seed permanent strategic partnerships with local education agencies (LEAs), groups of LEAs, institutions of higher education (IHEs), non-profit organizations, and/or county/city governments. The primary focus of this initiative is to facilitate the creation and implementation of high-quality, school day tutoring programs, with a specific emphasis on students who have not yet demonstrated proficiency in math. This initiative aims to focus on historically underserved student populations and has the potential to extend successful school day tutoring programs into summer tutoring and extended-day tutoring infrastructure. This ambitious program commits to closing and narrowing the math achievement and opportunity gaps, improving middle school math and Algebra proficiency, and ensuring sustainable, inclusive educational practices through robust tutor recruitment, training, and deployment.
MSDE will hold three customer service support sessions for the applicant. During the session, MSDE personnel will provide an overview of the application process. The sessions will be held on:
Tuesday, November 28, 20233:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Click Here to Join
Friday, December 8, 20231:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.Click Here to Join
Tuesday, December 12, 202311:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Click Here to Join
November 14, 2023The Grant Information Guide and the application for participating are released
November 28, December 8, and December 12, 2023MSDE will hold three virtual customer service support session for interested applicants
December 4, 2023
MSDE Review Committee will begin evaluating proposals on a rolling basis
December 22, 2023The grant application period closes
September 30, 2024Grant period ends.