Have you found what seems to be a “perfect match” in a foundation or other grant-giving institution, but this funder won’t accept unsolicited proposals?
Don’t give up hope; instead, use this handy advice to give yourself a chance.
In the April 2012 edition of eSchool News, Grants & Funding columnist Deborah Ward reveals what to do when you come across a funder who isn’t taking new grant proposals.
Plus, we highlight new ed-tech grant opportunities for receiving document cameras, wireless lab technology, free AV systems, and more.
To read on, click here.
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