Provides Idaho caregivers with children in grades K-12 with educational grants of up to $1,000 per student, per year, and up to $3,000 per household. Grants are funded through the $50 million “Empowering Parents Grants” program, an initiative to address pandemic-related learning loss and part of Gov. Brad Little’s “Leading Idaho” initiative. The grant program supports families in acquiring a wide range of education-related expenses, some of which include technology, textbooks, tutoring and therapy services, etc. Grant funds will first be available to families with a household income of less than $60,000 and the remaining funds will be expanded to families who did not meet the quota. Eligible families will have two years to use the funds once disbursed. Grant applications made available in September 2022.
Does the tutoring effort have associated state legislation?
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