Most schools grapple with budget restrictions and funding frustrations–and that’s where classroom grants can be just what the doctor ordered.

There are classroom grants to support STEM learning, to improve school culture, to bring awareness to bullying prevention, and to recognize excellent educators.

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Set Google alerts and keep searching online, because there are tons of classroom grants that meet your teaching and learning needs. While not every grant offers tens of thousands of dollars, smaller grants do add up–and that means more funding for your projects that support your goals.

1. Vernier Engineering Contest: 2020 Engineering Contest, which recognizes the innovative use of Vernier technology to introduce engineering concepts or practices to students. Middle school, high school, and college educators are encouraged to apply for the chance to win a prize valued at $5,500. To enter, educators must complete an online application and produce a video showcasing the investigation conducted with students, the Vernier technology used, and the engineering concepts addressed. The Vernier sensors may be used in conjunction with any Vernier software titles or other programming and robotics systems.
Deadline: February 15, 2020

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