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$240,000 for educators who pioneer new teaching methods

The Education’s Unsung Heroes Awards are given to K-12 educators who pioneer new methods and techniques that improve student learning. Educators must submit applications describing projects they have initiated or…

Win a free digital video recorder for your school

High school teachers who subscribe to PBS’s free electronic newsletter for teachers, called “FRONTLINE Planner,” will be entered automatically to win prizes for their school and themselves. Three new subscribers…

$19.8 million to improve literacy through school libraries

Schools and districts in which 20 percent of the families have incomes below the poverty line can apply for their share of $19.8 million offered through the U.S. Department of…

Win student scholarships to NASA space camp

PLATO Learning is offering a new scholarship program for middle and high school students to celebrate the launch of its newest science courseware, PLATO Life Science, and to help spur…

$5,000 for youth media projects

The Salesforce.com Foundation, which strives to ensure that youth voice is heard in the media, awards $5,000 grants exclusively for the purpose of creating youth media. By giving underserved youth…

$75,000 in Toshiba technology for low-income schools

The Beaumont Foundation of America awards state-of-the-art Toshiba-branded technology equipment to educational institutions serving low-income populations in grades K-12. Education grants are available for schools in Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware,…

Free software, a mobile classroom, and travel to NECC

The Discourse Challenge asks educators to try the Discourse Starter Edition from ETS in their classrooms for 30 days, then write a 500-word essay that describes the benefits of Discourse…

$400 plus software for innovative, tech-based literacy instruction

The goal of this grant competition is to inspire and foster the creative use of computer technologies in classrooms to “connect” students with literacy learning in a variety of ways.…

Up to $35,000 in software to improve school-to-home communications

Believing that two-way communication between schools and homes results in greater student success, the No Parent Left Behind Parent-Communication grant program aims to foster parent involvement, increase attendance, and raise…

Free Polaroid cameras and film for innovative visual teaching

The 2003-04 Polaroid Education Program (PEP) Visual Learning Grants provide cameras and film to preK-12 classroom teachers and child care providers who have innovative visual learning ideas for teaching. Grants…