Funding Opportunities │ The AIR Equity Initiative
The AIR Equity Initiative funds new or under-resourced research, evaluation, and technical assistance efforts to improve educational experiences, enhance justice in public safety and policing, strengthen economic mobility, and improve health outcomes for underserved communities. As part of our commitment to addressing the harmful effects of inequality, we support and foster partnerships with those who are directly affected by the inequities we seek to address and those who influence and drive decision-making. Our active and upcoming funding opportunities are here for your review.
School Integration and Equity 2.0: Tools and Strategies Grant Competition
The School Integration and Equity 2.0 grant competition seeks to foster school integration and educational equity in U.S. preK–12 public schools. Awards under this competition will support community-engaged research and technical assistance projects that address the inequity of resources and opportunities in schools segregated by race and place. Read our essay series to learn more about Integration and Equity 2.0.
Contact: The EdEquity Team at AIR
The application period has closed. Notification of invitation to submit full proposals will be sent by Friday, March 22, 2024.
AIR Pipeline Partnership (P3) Fellowship
The P3 Fellowship is a 3-year program for advanced doctoral students at P3 partner universities (Georgia State University, Howard University, and The University of Texas at San Antonio). Students whose area of study and research align with the AIR Equity Initiative programmatic areas, education, workforce development, justice and public safety, and community health and well-being are encouraged to apply.
Deadline: Wednesday, January 24, 2024 (closed)
Contact: The P3 Team at AIR