Grants Administration Division

The Grants Administration Division provides centralized administration of all formula and discretionary state-appropriated funds and federal grant funds awarded to TEA. As authorized by state and federal law, the division is responsible for administering all grant funds awarded to subrecipients in support of programs and initiatives to improve student performance and the high school graduation rate.

Grant-Related Questions

If you have a grant-related question, submit a request through the TEA Help Desk.

Administering a Grant

Once you receive your grant funds, you begin the complex process of administering your grant. You must follow regulations that govern how to document changes you make to your program, how to properly budget and expend grant funds, and how to meet the requirements outlined in your grant agreement.

For more information, visit the Administering a Grant page.

Applying for a Grant

TEA publishes grant applications electronically through the eGrants system and on paper. Visit the Applying for a Grant page for more information on the following topics:

  • Grant applications
  • Allocation amounts
  • Available grants
  • Competitive review process
  • Grants assistance
  • New grant announcements

Grants  Awarded Data

Visit the Grants Awarded Data page for more information on the following topics:

  • Current fiscal information about grants that have already been awarded
  • Applications that have been selected for a competitive grant award

Training and Other Resources

When you accept grant funding, you agree to comply with all requirements associated with the grant. For some grants, especially those funded from federal sources, requirements can be complex. The 20 regional education service centers (ESCs) provide training and requirement-related support to grantees. For training on how to meet a grant requirement, especially one associated with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or No Child Left Behind (NCLB), contact your regional ESC.

For more information, visit the Training and Other Resources page.