IDA-GA Scholarship Application for Teachers and Administrators

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IDA-GA is now accepting applications for grants as well as individual teacher scholarships. 

Click here for information about IDA-GA’s Grant program.

Click here for the Teacher Training Scholarship Application. 

Click here for the Guidelines for the Teacher Training Scholarship Application.

Applications for Scholarships for Teachers and School Administrators

The mission of the Georgia Branch of the International Dyslexia Association is to give students with Dyslexia a better learning experience through teacher training, parent support, and student empowerment. One of the ways we do this is through our Teacher Training scholarships.

The goal of these Teacher and School Administrator Scholarships is to provide teachers in Georgia access to evidence-based Structured Literacy training programs.

Please allow one month for the committee to determine the eligibility of the program. For more information about what constitutes IDA standards for classroom teachers, please visit

Please review the Teacher Training Scholarship Application Guidelines (at the link below) for complete details. Current scholarships are available for up to 100% of the cost of the training program/course (not including materials). If you are a previous scholarship recipient, you are welcome to apply again. However, the number of applications received will determine scholarship amounts. Already awarded a scholarship from us and completed your training? Congratulations! Please fill out our Teacher Training Follow-up Form.

Read our guidelines and apply today! Have a question about the process? 

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Scholarship Award Schedule 2024

Application Form Open Online Application Deadline Award Notifications Sent Via email
January 1, 2024 February 1, 2024 February 15, 2024
March 1, 2024 April 1, 2024 April 15, 2024
June 1, 2024 July 1, 2024 July 15, 2024
September 1, 2024 October 1, 2024 October 15, 2024

The goal of the IDA-GA Scholarship Program is to offer scholarships for individuals taking courses in structured literacy professional education methodologies that provide the ability to educate students with dyslexia.  For more information about structured literacy and courses, visit

If you are a public school educator in Georgia looking for a dyslexia endorsement program approved by the state, please be sure to read the guidance document created 12/4/2021 regarding selecting one of these approved dyslexia endorsement programs: IDA Dyslexia Endorsement Program Guidance Document.


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