HP’s Technology for Teaching Grant initiative supports innovative and effective uses of technology in classrooms so that students may reach their full potential, particularly in math, science, and engineering. Schools in the United States from kindergarten through university level are eligible to apply. HP will award a total of $4.5 million in cash and equipment to teams of five teachers from 150 K-12 public schools across the country. The award package, valued at approximately $35,000 for each school team, will include five HP Tablet PCs, five HP multimedia projectors, HP help desk support for one year, a $500 stipend per teacher, and customized professional development opportunities for faculty to support the use of technology in their teaching. For two- and four-year colleges and universities in the United States, HP will award a total of $5.5 million in cash and equipment to 40 schools. The award package for each school selected will include an HP product package valued at approximately $50,000, a faculty stipend of $7,500 to work on the project integration, and one year of access to HP Higher Education Help Desk support.

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