This award is designed to provide resources and guidance to help a school investigate and design a solution to an equity challenge facing the site. Schools do not initiate this process with a solution already in mind, but are provided with the coaching, resources and the expertise of the SFUSD iLab to enable a design process that brings them to an effective solution.
Learn more about the Innovation Awards, read examples of previous projects, and review application information for the coming year.
The QTEA Impact Awards are designed to support schools who have already developed a project for which they seek funding.
Schools submit ideas, budgets and project plans to demonstrate how they would use funding to support a project or effort at their site and can secure up to $25,000 for this concept. Prior winning projects have included sending teachers to Japan to learn Lesson Study to building leveled libraries within a school site.
Click here to learn about the impact award process and begin your submission.
Congratulations to the 2021-22 Impact Award winners!
This year's Impact Award recipients have been selected. Congratulations to our five winning applicants:
- John Muir - Vibrant assessment for Learning
- June Jordan - Restorative Practices
- Bessie Carmichael - Cognitive Behavioral Intervention or Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
- Presidio - Complex Instruction
- Sheridan - Therapy for students with accompanying PD
This page was last updated on August 3, 2022