Need funding for materials to transform your great ideas into classroom learning projects? Beginning Sept. 3, the NEA Foundation will match donations made to NEA members' requests for classroom materials on DonorsChoose.org. Last year, we funded more than 1,500 projects, reaching 120,000 public school students. This year, we hope to reach even more.
Meanwhile, get ready for back-to-school with two ideas from DonorsChoose.org that you can use with special-needs students in your classroom.
It’s 11 a.m. on a Tuesday and Sonia Diaz is standing over a hot oven at Tu Casa restaurant. An array of tortillas, cheeses, and meats lay before her, ready to become the ingredients in a stack of delicious papusas. As she delicately and
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