The DPI believes that Community Education can improve the quality of life by providing lifelong learning opportunities for all members of the community. Schools can create community through opportunities for active recreation, citizen involvement, informal non-credit courses, and collaborations with other community organizations. About 70 Wisconsin school districts sponsor formal community education programs which includes a person hired to provide leadership, and commitment to the Wisconsin Five Components of Community Education. Many more districts subscribe to the philosophy, but may not have a staff member hired to coordinate programs.
Serve residents of the community from birth through senior adulthood with a myriad of programs and activities.
Use both school and community facilities, bringing programs close to your neighborhood.
Improve academic achievement by providing quality after-school and tutoring and mentoring programs.
Offer volunteer opportunities for all citizens.
Create a scholarship program, to give access to low-income residents.
Provide accommodations that allow differently-abled children and adults to participate.
Wisconsin Coastal Management Program (WCMP) and its grants are dedicated to preserving and improving access to the natural and historic resources of Wisconsin's Great Lakes coasts.
Business,Economic Development,Education & Schools,Health & Mental Health
USDT New Markets Tax Credit Program
U.S. Department of the Treasury
The NMTC Program attracts private capital into low-income communities by permitting individual and corporate investors to receive a tax credit against their federal income tax in exchange for making equity investments in specialized financial intermediaries.