State Programs - Mobile Tolerance Education Center
CSFA Number: 586-43-2202
Agency Name
State Board Of Education (586)
Agency Contact
Liz Hiler
Short Description
Costs associated with establishment of a mobile tolerance education center in FY 2020 for the following named entities: Simon Wiesenthal Center's Midwest Region Office in Chicago
Subject Area
Program Function
Enabling Legislation
Public Act 101-0007 Article 34 Section 70
Objectives and Goals
Funds are to be allocated for the outfitting of a bus to develop the Mobile Museum of Tolerance. The interactive design of the MMOT and its activities and resources will align to Illinois Social Science mandates as well as Social Emotional Learning and other relevant Illinois Learning Standards. The Mobile Museum of Tolerance will serve: middle and high school students, faith groups, law enforcement, and community leaders. The goal is to serve up to 200 people per day, 6 days a week, over approximately 36 weeks per year, for a total of 43,200 in the first year. The MMOT will service all regions of the state. The development of interactive resources and curriculum materials aligned to relevant Illinois Learning Standards and mandates. To ensure the MMOT reaches all parts of the state and services as many students, teachers, and community members as possible.
Types of Assistance
Uses and Restrictions
Costs associated with program
Eligibility Requirements
Line Item Appropriation - Public Act 101-0007 Article 34 Section 70
Eligible Applicants
Education Organizations;
Application and Award Processing
Line Item Appropriation - Public Act 101-0007 Article 34 Section 70
Post Assistance Requirements
Quarterly fiscal and programmatic reporting
Regulations, Guidelines, Literature
Public Act 101-0007 Article 34 Section 70
Funding By Fiscal Year
FY 2020 : $1,000,000
Federal Funding
Notice of Funding Opportunities