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When first viewing the map you will see a randomly sampled list of special education projects around the country. Red Flags are single projects, and Purple Circles with numbers are clustered projects. Click on the red projects or purple circles to see more detail. Start your own search by using the search ("Show Filter") button in the top bar.

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You may zoom and pan around the map using your mouse or the zoom slider on the far top left of your screen. Using the slider control or the mouse scroll wheel will alter the zoom level.

Depending on your level of zoom you may see clusters of projects in one area. Once you zoom in to those areas you will see the individual (red) project pins appear.

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Use the filters popup by clicking in the top area or the "Show Filter" button. Once the popup is expanded you are given many options to filter down your project results list. You may refine the search filters as much as you want to get the exact list you need.

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Once you have selected a list of projects that you would like to save, you can export your list into a Microsoft Word document by clicking on Download on the bottom left of the search results grid.

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If you're using the Search Filters, you will see the Totals summary on the top left of the screen. This helps you keep track of how many projects you have in your current search results list.

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The search results list at the bottom of your screen has clickable column headers at the top of each column. Click on these to sort the list (ascending or descending) to help you find the results you are looking for.

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When you want detailed information on a project, click on any of the projects in the project list grid, or on a Project Flag on the map. If you would like to minimize this side project summary panel, click on the "Hide" button as shown above
Welcome to the US Department of Education

Office of Special Education Program's Discretionary Grants Public Database

The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) at the U.S. Department of Education is dedicated to improving results for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities ages birth through 21. To this end, OSEP provides leadership and financial support to assist states and local districts, including funding approximately 1,000 grants and contracts each year.

If you'd like to know what grants and contracts OSEP has funded as part of its initiatives to improve results for children with disabilities, you've come to the right place!
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