While a variety of considerations are used in evaluating proposals, the
Foundation will pay special attention to the following:
Does the proposed project effectively address the key issues aligned with the
Foundation’s funding areas with significant reach and impact?
Plan of Operation
Is there good potential for the proposed project to reach its stated objectives?
Does the applicant exhibit a thorough knowledge of current developments in economic education, and are the proposed methodologies and/or implementation designs adequate?
Quality of Key Personnel and Reputation of the Institution
The quality of any co-sponsoring institutions will also be considered under this criteria.
Budget and Cost Effectiveness
Leveraged uses of Foundation funds along with possible matching sources will be evaluated favorably.
All proposals should have an evaluation component. The Foundation is interested in knowing how the project will be measured against its stated objectives.