The past year has been unexpected and unpredictable, to say the least. But one thing has remained constant: Schools need funding to elevate students’ learning experiences, and education grants are key in that process.
Solving health challenges, strengthening financial literacy, promoting innovative ideas around sustainable communities, and supporting interest in STEAM learning–these education grants have a little something for everyone.
Deadlines for some of these education grants are approaching, so don’t wait too long before applying.
Here are five education grants worth investigating:
The TI Codes Contest is simple to enter and encourages teams of up to five students to work together virtually or in person, following appropriate safety and social-distancing protocols. Teams submit a written proposal outlining the process or existing product related to health, wellness, or medicine they want to improve. A panel of TI judges will determine which teams move on. As teams advance, they must start coding and building their proposed design and showcase it in a video. The public will vote on their favorite video to determine the winner of the contest. Each member of the winning team receives a TI graphing calculator, the TI-Innovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board and TI’s calculator-controlled robotic vehicle, the TI-Innovator™ Rover. The teacher or adult that sponsors the winning team also wins a $250 gift card to help cover the cost of future class activities. All students who accept the challenge will automatically be entered to win TI technology and TI-themed items at the end of the contest.
Deadline: April 4, 2021 (opening round)
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