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March: 5 education grants you don’t want to miss

School funding difficulties show no sign of abating this March, and school budgets are stretched to the limit. Many educators and administrators rely on school grants to fund important projects…

Up to $3K for math projects

This is a new educational program that asks teachers to turn the idea of $1 billion into a math assignment for a chance to win a $3,000 grant. H&R Block…

$500 grants for Sherlock Holmes education

These grants support and recognize exemplary educational experiences that introduce young people to the Sherlock Holmes stories, in the form of grants of up to $500 to fund the development…

$2K awards for school arts and culture

Target funds in-school arts programs that enhance students' classroom curricula by bringing the arts and cultural experiences to schools, such as in-school performances, artist-in-residency programs and workshops in schools.…

$5K for innovative STEM teachers

Wanted: Classroom Innovators! Toshiba America Foundation accepts applications from teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their students.…

Up to $400K for school counseling services

The purpose of the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Programs (ESSC) is to support efforts by local educational agencies (LEAs) to establish or expand elementary school and secondary school counseling…

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Ed-tech, equity in FY 2015 budget spotlight

Education technology will receive a renewed focus in President Obama's proposed FY 2015 budget, which suggests creating a "fresh framework for delivering STEM education, supporting what works, and reducing fragmentation."

Utah lawmakers back millions more for STEM education

The House Education Committee on Friday endorsed a bill giving millions more dollars to the STEM Action Center, the Salt Lake Tribune reports. The center, which is in the Governor’s…

For cash-strapped schools, smart ways to spend limited tech dollars

For schools looking to spend limited dollars allocated for technology in smart and efficient ways, lessons learned over years of making tough decisions can be helpful, Mind/Shift reports.…

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The real problem with school internet

For schools across the country, mobile device management and online testing concerns start at the basic level: ‘how do we get the internet and infrastructure needed?’ As it turns out,…