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Funding Opps

May 11, 2016

Check out these grants

ASCD Teacher Impact Grants (TIGs)

Screen Shot 2016-05-10 at 8.46.47 PMTIGs provide funding and support directly to teachers for promising teacher-led, administrator-supported ideas, programs, or initiatives to improve education. These grants allow teachers to develop and execute projects that can serve as models to be replicated and scaled.

The program provides the flexibility, funding, and evaluation support necessary to meet the unique needs of promising teacher-led projects. The grants cultivate the expertise of teachers and help to position them as leaders driving transformation in schools, districts, and states.

How Do I Apply?
Applicants must provide a summary of their proposed project, including a specific budget narrative for how TIG funds will be used to support the overall goals and objectives of the proposed project. Proposed projects should be for the 2016–17 school year, with funding available starting August 31, 2016. The estimated average size of a single award is $10,000.

Application Period
The application period will be open from May 16 to June 16, 2016. The application deadline is June 16, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. eastern time.

For more information and the applications please CLICK HERE.


Farmers Insurance Thank America’s Teachers

Screen Shot 2016-05-10 at 8.43.41 PMInspired by the great work teachers do in classrooms every day, Farmers wants to say thank you for their tireless dedication. Through Thank America’s Teachers, Farmers Insurance is giving away more than $1 million in two separate grant opportunities again in 2016.

Their $2,500 grant program addresses teachers’ day-to-day classroom needs and the $100,000 Dream Big Teacher Challenge empowers teachers’ educational visions for their schools and the community at large.

One hundred eighty $2,500.00 grants and eight $100,000 grants will be awarded. Submit your proposal by May 31, 2016.

For more information and the applications please CLICK HERE.

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