Although we do not have links to specific grants, we are happy to share some links that other Flocabulary users have found helpful while writing grant proposals. If you have any additional questions, don't hesitate to ask.
1. Research Base for The Word Up Project - This is all the research that went into building the program, and includes sections on multisensory instruction, the power of Word Up, and more. http://flocabulary.s3.amazonaws.com/pdfs/flat/the-word-up-project-research-base.pdf
2. Evidence of The Word Up Project helping to close the achievement gap in a national independent study: http://flocabulary.com/results-efficacy/
Note: You can print out this portion of the study by clicking this link, which will download a PDF report: http://flocabulary.s3.amazonaws.com/pdfs/flat/efficacy-study-summary.pdf
3. Evidence of The Word Up Project raising scores on state tests in a national independent study: http://flocabulary.com/results-state-tests/
Note: You can print out this portion of the study by clicking this link, which will download a PDF report: http://flocabulary.s3.amazonaws.com/pdfs/flat/state-test-study-summary.pdf
4. Finally, here are some quick research summaries regarding multisensory instruction, cultural relevancy, and multiple exposures: http://flocabulary.com/supporting-research/
Federal Programs that other schools have been able to use include 21st Century Grants, Title 1 Funds, Race to the Top, and more.