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This session provides an overview of major discretionary programs that are funded by the US Department of Education, how programs are organized, and highlights the upcoming grant competition, the current program collaborations (such as the partnership with HHS for disconnected youth), and evidence based practices and the Doing What Works Clearinghouse.

This overview is a primer for upcoming sessions, and highlights one of the major program competitions in the Office of Post Secondary Education.
About Our Presenter ...
DR. KENNETH MITCHELL, PRINCIPAL/CEO
BLUE INK, LLC


Dr. Kenneth Mitchell is a Certified MBTI Master Facilitator and a Board Certified Coach. Dr. Mitchell has a bachelor’s degree in economics (Lincoln University), an MBA in management (Lincoln University), and has earned a doctorate of applied management in organizational development (Webster University). He has completed postdoctoral study in survey research design (University of Michigan), and has studied at The Institute for Coaching (Harvard University) as well as extensive study in psychometric instruments.  Coach Mitchell is a member of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO) and manages both a youth development nonprofit organization (The Renaissance Education Group, Inc.) and a training and coaching practice (Coach Praxis). Dr. Mitchell has managed federal grant programs in excess of $10.8 million, and serves as the Project Director for The Renaissance TRIO Training Project, which provides training for over 2,831 grantees funded through the US Department of Education in college access and college support, in addition to managing a portfolio of programs funded through the Office of Student Services including Upward Bound and Talent Search.