This week, the Center for Education Reform announced the launch of the 2022 STOP Awards. Offered in partnership with Forbes, the awards represent $10 million in grants for innovative education providers. This is the second year of the program. Last year’s cycle identified all sorts of innovation with underserved students during the pandemic. It also led to the launch of the STOP Foundation 4 Education.
The STOP acronym stands for:
Are you interested in applying for an award? If so, applications are open now through July 15.
Read the news release here. Learn more about the 2021 award winners. Apply here.