Tell us about your plans for your NEA Foundation grant project.
I teach in an Alternatives Program, and we plan to use the grant money to purchase desktop computers. These computers will allow us to continue to expand our Dual Enrollment Program. Our students who qualify take online courses from local community colleges. These courses give them a feel for what will be expected from them in college and are a great opportunity for credit recovery. Many students who end up in our program have
With your support, we’ve funded more than 1,300 NEA member project on DonorsChoose.org, providing learning materials to more than 108,000 students. 1,227 projects still await your support. Help a classroom today, and we'll match your
With your support, we’ve funded more than 1,000 NEA member project on DonorsChoose.org, providing learning materials to nearly 80,000 students. 800 projects still await your support. Help a classroom today, and we'll match your donation.
So far, 1,000 NEA member projects have been funded on DonorsChoose.org, providing nearly 80,000 students with much-needed learning materials. But, 800 projects await your support. Help a classroom today, and we'll match your donation!
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