Spring has finally sprung, and the school year’s quickly coming to an end. Do you already have a seedling of an idea for next year’s grant project, but need funding to bring it to life? We’ve rounded up some near-term opportunities for you.
In Florida, NEA Foundation grantee Dr.
David Lazerson and his partner, Cindy Frost, are using music to improve the
communication skills of K-5 students with profound special needs. See how the
team used software to assist students with autism,
you live in the Washington D.C. Metro Area or in Baltimore? Celebrate back-to-school with Spanish tapas and sangria at La Tasca Restaurant in September, and a portion of the sales will help fund our Grants to Educators program for educators in
We splash in it, swim in it, fish from it, but are our waterways really
safe? With the help of water testing kits from DonorsChoose.org, 60 seventh and
eighth grade science students set out to answer this question. They
Group Learning & Leadership Grants have allowed many of you and your colleagues to explore education theory and practice at a depth that may not have been possible without the support of outside funding. How were you able to continue this type of
After you completed your Student Achievement or Learning & Leadership Grant project, were you able to successfully continue the work beyond the funded year? Is so, why were you able to continue? To what would you attribute your success? If not, what