California Tobacco-Use Prevention Education Program Grants
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California Department of Education
The California Department of Education will provide
grants to help local educational agencies in California
develop and implement effective tobacco prevention and
education programs for students in grades 6-12. The
Department of Education intends to balance the number of
applications between urban and rural areas.
Projects should work to:
- Reduce the prevalence of youth tobacco use and vaping
- Increase collaboration with other agencies and
- Promote school connectedness as an integral part of
- Adopt a holistic approach to youth tobacco-use
Eligible applicants include public school districts,
direct-funded charter schools, county offices of
education (COE), and consortia that serve students in
grades 6-12 within California.
Amount of funding
The number of grants awarded will depend on the number
and quality of applications received, the number of
students enrolled in districts and schools applying for
funding, and the total amount of funding available.
Awards are expected to be at least $50,000 per year for 3
At least 15% of the funding awarded to each grantee must
be allocated to health disparity populations.
Children and youth · Schools · Tobacco use · California
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