School leaders consistently identify high costs and shrinking budgets as a top barrier to implementing new technology tools and programs.
Budget challenges won’t improve right away, but school districts can boost their available funds with grants that are targeted to different areas of need.
Want to support innovative educactors and focus on STEM development? Do you need to target reading and literacy for younger students? Or maybe you want to extend opportunities for conservation.
Look no further. We’ve got grant opportunities to meet different levels of funding needs.
1. The 2018 Innovative Educator Prize: The Foundation for Blended and Online Learning has opened the application window for the 2018 Innovative Educator Prize. The program identifies and supports school and classroom leaders developing practices or programs to overcome achievement gaps, drive engagement, and personalize learning for their students. One-time grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to winning proposals. Awarded projects will be documented and their results and experience will be shared with education leaders working to scale new opportunities for schools and students. Deadline: May 31, 2018
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