• FY 2015 Universal Pre-Kindergarten Renewal Grant Fund Code 511

    Through this renewal grant application, EEC may award grants to existing Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) program grantees who will promote the early learning guidelines to support school readiness and positive outcomes for children participating in UPK classrooms and homes, support and enhance the quality of services for children in UPK classrooms and family child care homes,  especially for high needs children and/or children living in under-performing school districts, maximize parent choice by ensuring participation from all program types within a mixed public and private service delivery system.

  • FY 2015 Inclusive Preschool Learning Environments Grant Fund Code 391

    Through this renewal Grant Application, EEC seeks to renew services provided by FY 2014 Inclusive Preschool Learning Environment grantees. The Inclusive Preschool Learning Environments (IPLE) Grant, formerly known as Chapter 188/Phase I Direct Services of Community Partnership for Children (CPC) Grant, is designed to support inclusive preschool learning environments serving preschool-age children with and without disabilities in high quality, inclusive early education and care settings.

  • FY 2015/FY 2016 Head Start State Supplemental Grant Fund Code 390

    Through this Grant Application, EEC may award grants to all current Head Start (HS) and Early Head Start (EHS) programs seeking to renew their grants for fiscal year 2015 and fiscal year 2016. The Massachusetts Head Start State Supplemental Grant aims to support the development and creation of a system of early quality education and care.

  • FY2014 Early Childhood Special Education Entitlement Grant (Fund Code 262)

    EEC is pleased to announce the FY2014 Early Childhood Special Education Entitlement (ECSE) Grant Fund Code (262)

    The Early Childhood Special Education Entitlement (ECSE) Grant provides funds to school districts and charter school districts to build capacity and to ensure that eligible 3, 4, and 5 year-old children with disabilities are appropriately identified as eligible for special education and receive developmentally appropriate special education and related services designed to meet their individual needs in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - 2004 (IDEA-2004) and Massachusetts Special Education laws and regulations.