The National Association of Secondary School Principals is inviting proposals from public middle and high schools serving large numbers of low-income students and/or underrepresented minorities (40 percent or more of the student body) to apply for a $5,000 grant to implement a special initiative aimed at building better relationships among adults and students. Projects awarded grants will seek to implement recommendations stemming from two publications: Transitions and the Role of Supportive Relationships, the 2004-2005 MetLife Survey of the American Teacher, and Sent to the Principal: Students Talk about Making High School Better, a project of What Kids Can Do.

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