reVISION Action Grant

Program Overview/Purpose

The purpose of the reVISION Action Grant is to improve, modernize, and expand career and technical education (CTE) programs to align with Nebraska’s economic priorities and workforce demands. The reVISION Action grant program provides Perkins funds for eligible secondary and postsecondary recipients to help implement the reVISION action steps developed and identified throughout the reVISION local and regional CTE assessments.

This supplemental grant initiative is aimed at fostering innovation in CTE programming across Nebraska. Grant activities should be part of a larger effort for transformational change and school improvement and aimed at addressing the strategic priorities of Nebraska CTE.

reVISION Action grants provide eligible recipients an opportunity to apply for additional Perkins dollars awarded through a competitive process to implement innovative strategies to transform and expand the quality of CTE programming in Nebraska. This initiative will help distribute federal CTE dollars broadly across Nebraska to applicants who may not otherwise have had the resources to implement significant innovations in CTE with only the funds generated through the Perkins formula grant. Over time, best practices will be identified along with opportunities to appropriately scale successful strategies across the state.

reVISION Action Grant 2021-2022


2021-2022 Award Recipients

A total of 36 reVISION Action grant applications were received with a total funding request of $3,042,431.
After selection by teams comprised of internal and external reviewers, the following grants have been awarded:

Award Recipients Amount
Columbus Public Schools  $ 100,000
Doniphan-Trumbull Public School  96,787
Educational Service Unit 6 (ESU6)  70,555
Freeman Public Schools  78,871
Hershey Public Schools  100,000
Johnson Brock Public Schools 37,238
Louisville Public Schools  87,154
Madison Public Schools 32,962
Mid-Plains Community College  89,689
Northwest Public Schools  100,000
Ogallala Public Schools  100,000
Plattsmouth Community Schools 19,881
Stapleton Public Schools  88,251
Tri County Public Schools  93,649
Umonhon Nation Public School  100,000
Western Nebraska Community College  77,628
Yutan Public Schools  100,000
Action Grant Total $   1,372,665

Grant Timeframe*

  • March 8, 2021:        Application Available
  • May 3, 2021:            Applications Due by 5:00pm CST
  • July 2, 2021:            Preliminary Award Announcements (sent via email)
  • August 6, 2021 – June 30, 2022: Grant Award Period

*Dates are subject to change.

Prior to Applying:

Application Submission Site:  CLOSED

Recommended Resources

The following documents and resources may be helpful in planning and writing your project proposal:

  • Your reVISION Local Assessment Worksheets
    (Districts, ESUs, and Community Colleges should have copies of their completed worksheets.)

The following Work-Based Learning resources are available on the NDE website:

2020-2021 reVISION Action Grant

20-21 reVISION Action Grant  – Important Dates

  • October 2, 2020 – June 30, 2020  —  20-21 reVISION Action Grant Award Period
  • June 30, 2021  —  Grant Award Expires
  • August 20, 2021  —  Grant Closeout Deadline.
    (Final Reimbursement Claim and Grant Final Report must be submitted by this date.)

Important Note:
If you receive automated emails from the Grants Management System (GMS) stating a due date other than 8/20/21, please disregard as these emails refer to noncompetitive grants only.

20-21 reVISION Action Grant – Details and Documents

2020-2021 Award Recipients

Twenty-two reVISION Action grant applications were received — a total funding request of $1,707,658!
After review by selection teams comprised of internal and external reviewers, the following proposals were selected.
View each district to read the Action Plans awarded:

* ESU 9’s proposal included 4 districts collaborating: Adams Central, Doniphan-Trumbull, Harvard, and Kenesaw

For any reVISION Action Grant questions, please contact Therese Marzouk:

Updated October 12, 2021 4:05pm