NOTE: All grant proposals that are submitted by schools and Central Offices must follow the AACPS Grant Approval Process. This includes the submission of a signed Intent to Apply Form prior to submission of the grant proposal to the funder.
The Norman Mailer Center nd the National Council of Teachers of English solict submissions for the 2013 Norman Mailer Writing Award for Middle and High School Teachers. The award program invites middle and high school teachers to submit works of non-fiction.
Middle and high school teachers.
Grand prize winner receives $5,000 and travel and lodging to attend the Norman Mailer Center's Annual Gala in New York City during the fall of 2013.
The Green Education Foundation and the Gardener's Supply Company solicit applications for its Green Thumb Challenge. The challenge is designed to support the continued sustainability of an exceptional youth garden program that has demonstrated success and has impacted the lives of kids and their community.
Existing garden programs involving children currently in grades K-12, from schools and youth groups.
The Hoenny Center solicits applications for its Action Research Projects Grants program. The program seeks to promote and recognize preK-12 classroom (action) research projects in the area of peer teaching.
June 7, 2013, August 9, 2013, and January 10, 2014
The Mini Grant Program for Environmental Education is designed to engage citizens and students in activities that raise public awareness and participation in the restoration and protection of the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers.
Public and Independent Primary, Intermediate, and Secondary Schools
The Mini Grant Program for Tree Planting Projects is designed to increase the number of trees planted in AAC and to engage AAC citizens in tree planting activities that raise public awareness and participation in the restoration and protection of the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers.
Public and Independent Higher Educational Institutions,Municipal,County,Regional,State, and Federal Public Agencies, and 501(c)3 Private Nonporfit Organizations
The National Weather Association requests applications for the Sol Hirsch Education Fund Grants. The grants are awarded annually to K-12 teachers to help improve the education of their students, school, and/or community in the science of meteorology.
The Foundation for Bluegrass Music accepts applications for its Bluegrass in the Schools Mini-Grant program. The program provides support for educational in-school programs that present bluegrass music.
Crayola and the National Association of Elementary School Principals request applications for the Creative Leadership Grants. The grants support elementary schools working to develop a team of leaders that will help increase arts-infused education at school and beyond.
School principals with NAESP membership.
Grants up to $2,500. winning applicants also receive in-kind grants of Crayola products.
The IEEE Foundation supports projects that expand and enhance engineering, science, and teachnology education opportunities for students of all ages through mid-career professionals to positively impact workforce development and involvement in IEEE.
eGenio seeks applications for its Dreams Matching Grant Program. The program provides 1:1 matching grants for projects that advance technology and foster improved outcomes for all students in the school and community through the use of eGenio.
The NEA Foundation Institute for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is a structured learning experience that supports local unions and school district leaders' collaborative efforts to improve education.
Cognizant requests proposals for its 2013 Making the Future education initiative. The initiative seeks to inspire children with a passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through afterschool programs.
Schools and nonprofit organizations.
Grants fund tools, materials, and instructor stipends for programs.
Earthwatch is looking for teachers who are adventures and innovative with an interest in natural and cultutral conservation, sustainability, and life long learning.
A K12 classroom educator
Passionate about teaching
Looking to learn more about environmental issues
Excited to collaborate with a team of teachers
Committed to engaging your students and school community
Interested in how scientific research is conducted
NEA Learning and Leadership grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals. Decisions regarding the content of the professional growth activities must be based upon an assessment of student work undertaken with colleagues, and must be integrated into the institutional planning process.
Applicants must be practicing U.S. public school teachers in grades PreK-12 or public school education support professionals.
$2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for groups engaged in collegial study.
The Guitar Center provides support for music education. The center seeks to inspire creativity and personal expression, build self-esteem, and teach cooperation and team building from playing music together.
501(c)(3) organizations that support music education; and music educators.
Old National Bank provides Strategic Grants to support education, specifically:
* Youth and adult literacy/reading programs;
*Early childhood development programs;
*Academic achievement programs;
*Cultural education and diversity awareness;
*Tutoring and mentoring programs;and
*College preparation programs.
Nonprofit organizations located in or provide service to communities within ONB's footprint.
EPS' School Speciality's Literacy and Intervention Division solicts applications for the EPS RTI Grant Program. The program seeks to assist school districts in the development and improvement of their Response to Intervention programs.
Kids In Need Teacher Grants provide K-12 educators with funding to provide innovative learning opportunities for their students. The Kids In Need Foundation helps to engage students in the learning process by supporting our most creative and important educatioal resource - our nation's teachers.
All certified K-12 teachers in the U.S. are eligible.
Teacher Grant awards range from $100 to $500 each and are used to finance creative classroom projects.
The Amateur Radio Relay League Foundation offers grants to educators and youth for its Victor Clark Youth Incentive Program, which is intended to promote participation in amateur radio by youth ages 18 and younger.
High school radio clubs, youth groups, and general-interest radio clubs that sponsor youth groups.
The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization created by fans of the Rock Bank Phish, annually provides competitive grants to U.S. nonprofit organizations and public schools for children's music education programs.
The foundation is interested in programs targeting children 18 years of age or younger, but will consider projects that benefit college students, teachers,instrumentation, vocalization, or improvisation. Also, encourages applications associated with diverse or unusual musical styles, genres, forms, and philosophies.
Grants ranging between $100 and $5,000 will be awarded to nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, organizations with an eligible fiscal sponsor, and public schools.
The Alibris Collection Award is an annual grant of books to an academic, public, special, or K-12 library supporting specific collection development projects that advance the mission, priority areas, and goals of the selected library.
The iTaalk Autism Foundation solicits applications for the iPad-a-day grant program. The program will select weeks at random to grant one iPad-a-day for seven days to individuals (aged 0-22) with an autism diagnosis.
Individuals must have a medical Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis and have supporting documentation.
The Music Is Revolution Foundation administers a mini-grant program for activities designed by teachers to implement, support, and/or improve their ability to provide quality music education for their students.
Public school teachers of children in grades K-12. Students and/or parents may participate in the writing of the application.
The Lego Children's Fund provide support for: early childhood education and development that is directly related to creativity; and technology and communication projects that advance learning opportunities.
501(c) 3 organizations, including educational organizations.
Funds projects that promote understanding of environmental issues; focus on hands-on involvement; involve children and young adults ages 6-18; promote interaction and cooperation within the group; help young people develop planning and problem solving skills; include adult supervision; and commit to follow up communication with the Foundation.
The LEGO Children’s Fund provides quarterly grants for programs, either in part or in total, with a special interest paid to collaborative efforts and in providing matching funds to leverage new dollars into the receiving organization. They give priority consideration to programs that both meet their goals and are supported in volunteer time and effort by their employees. Their focus is on identifiable needs primarily in these areas of support:
1. Early childhood education and development that is directly related to creativity
2. Technology and communication projects that advance learning opportunities
Schools are eligible to apply. Interested parties must complete an eligibility quiz, be approved and invited to submit a grant proposal as specified in the Application Procedures.
There are no restrictions on grant amounts up to the quarterly allocation. Typical awards, however, are between $500 and $5,000.
The Fender Music Foundation supports: (1) in-school music classes in which students make music; (2) afterschool music programs that are not run by the school; and (3) musica therapy programs in which the participants make music.
Public schools and 501(c)(3) organizations are eligible.
Most awards are in the form of instruments and equipment needed to use for the instruments. Average value ranges from $500 to $5,000.