Most Popular Funding Opportunities Last Month – Discover GetEdFunding. In the previous month, educators were looking for funding opportunities in the areas of STEM education, literacy, and COVID-19.
Check out which grants GetEdFunding educators viewed the most in the month of January. Education Outreach and Sustaining GrantsSponsored by SPIE PIE, the international society for optics and photonics, provides grant support for education projects related to optics and photonics, including science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities with an optics or photonics component. Proposed projects are judged on their potential to impact a large audience and increase awareness and interest in optics and photonics. Deadline: February 28, 2021 Education GrantsSponsored by New York Newspapers Foundation. Log In - GetEdFunding. Game On! Grants. The 2021 grant cycle is now open and accepting applications until March 1, 2021.
The Games and Gaming Round Table of the American Library Association is proud to sponsor its annual grant program to enable libraries to develop gaming programs or collections for their public. Through the Game On! Grants $500.00 will be available to be awarded either as one grant of $500 or two of $250 each to assist a library or libraries in developing gaming programs or collections for their communities. ALA members in good standing currently employed at a public, school, academic or special library in the United States or Canada are eligible to apply. Libraries will need to illustrate a plan for a sustainable gaming program created with the funds as well as financial need and institutional support for the proposed program.
Most Popular Funding Opportunities Last Month – Discover GetEdFunding. In the previous month, educators were looking for funding opportunities in the areas of early childhood education, school nutrition, and COVID-19.
Check out which grants GetEdFunding educators viewed the most in the month of December. Early Childhood Education GrantsSponsored by Francis R. Dewing Foundation The Frances R. Dewing Foundation makes grants to support projects in early childhood education for children aged 2 through 6th grade. P. Buckley Moss Foundation. The P.
Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education is a non profit organization that facilitates integration of the arts, in all its forms, into school curriculums, specifically addressing children who learn differently. The goals of the Foundation are: To provide a forum for sharing innovative methods and how to use the arts in teaching and disseminating these methods nationally and internationally. To furnish published materials that provide teaching strategies and activities incorporating the arts into the classroom curriculum.
Call for Applications: 2020 Library of Congress Literacy Awards. We thank our colleague Dawn Stitzel, National Program Director, Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program, for contributing this post.
Teachers – Is your school or organization a nonprofit? Are you running a program having an impact on literacy? If so, then we at the Library of Congress Literacy Awards want your application! Why Apply? You could receive cash awards and public recognition for your work and have a chance to network with other award recipients. A recent example of a school receiving one of the prizes is New York City’s East Side Community High School, the 2018 American Prize recipient. About the Awards. Limeades for Learning. Free Grant Search. Regina Catholic Schools Tinker Tub Project. Follett Challenge 2019 Winner is First Ever from Outside U.S.
Saskatchewan’s Regina Catholic School Division has been named the Grand Prize winner of the 2019 Follett Challenge, marking the first time a school or district from outside the United States has claimed the top spot in the contest, now in its ninth year.
Most Popular Funding Opportunities Last Month – Discover GetEdFunding. Win a School Lounge Makeover - From California Casualty. Calcasmusicartsgrant.com/ District Administration Magazine. Sprout Pro Immersive and Blended Learning Station. Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. Formula for a Perfect Grant Application - Part I - Big Deal Media.
America Foundation - Grades 6 - 12 Grants. This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks.
The service requires full cookie support in order to view the website. Please enable Cookies on your browser and try again. Reference ID: 457878c7a0780a828e7db1418b322d69 Funded projects in grades 6-12 provide students with the opportunity to "do science" in new ways that promise to increase their engagement with the subject matter and improve their learning. Below are descriptions of funded projects and a sample list of recent awardees. Grants to Build 21st Century Skills - hELLo - November 30, 2017. Literacy Grants for Libraries - hELLo - February 22, 2018. Funding & Recognition.
America Foundation - Grades 6 - 12 Grants. Technology Support for Maker Communities - K-12 Technology - April 16, 2018. Teacher Awards for Literacy. We are proud to announce our 2017 Teacher Award Recipients First Place$10,000 Grant Recipient English 1,3 TeacherMaplewood High SchoolNashville, TN High School Teacher Jarred Amato works relentlessly to connect kids to the text that will get them hooked on reading.
Community Partnership Application. Grants to Enhance STEM Education - K-12 Technology - April 16, 2018 - Big Deal Media. APPLY NOW: ALA's Sara Jaffarian Award for Outstanding Humanities Programming. The R.O.A.D. I Travel: A Program Model for School Libraries. Literary Contest — GonzoFest Louisville. Has there ever been a more suitable time than 2018 for fire-honed and razor-edged journalism in the tradition of the late Hunter S.
Thompson? To encourage such work, and to honor our hometown hero Thompson’s memory, the directors of the annual GonzoFest Louisville event invite writers and artists from all corners of the world to enter a single piece of literary nonfiction journalism and art of any kind to enter this year’s literary and art contests. There is no type of story preferred over another — so long as it’s true, and interesting. The emphasis will be on the quality of the writing, and the significance of the story it tells. GonzoFest Literary Contest – Just another Louisville Libraries Create Sites site. This contest is free.
Entries must be submitted as a PDF or ePub file, double-spaced. Entries are encouraged to be between 1,500 – 2,000 words and must be unpublished nonfiction, based on your own original reporting, observations, or insights. SEE-IT Award - Stories Engagingly Expressed - Illustratively Told. Submissions will open on October 5, 2017 and close on March 9, 2018. A copy of each graphic novel submitted should be mailed directly to each of the judges, as well as a copy to EBSCO Information Services. Each submission mailing should be accompanied by a note (even a “sticky note”) denoting the contents as a SEE-IT submission or submissions. The submission form contains all mailing addresses. Works must be published in English between January 1, 2017, and December 31, 2017. (Works may be originally published in another language at an earlier date, so long as the English publication is during calendar 2017.)
Books should be submitted by publishers.