Presented by Matthew Waynee, Cinematic Arts Instructor and EdTech Consultant, Los Angeles Unified School District/USC Media Arts and Engineering Magnet School (CA)
In this edWebinar, learn how to develop a sustainable STEM education program that will qualify for entitlement funding and can be used to apply for grants
In this edWebinar, Dr. Azadeh Jamalian, Head of Education Strategy at littleBits, discusses best practices on applying for STEM and coding grants
This live, interactive event will leave you with a better understanding of available funds aligned to language learning and of strategies for sourcing the funds your language program needs.
Don’t miss out on your share of this $50 billion! Learn how to write competitive grants for your school in our three-part grant-writing miniseries.
Would you like to learn how to write competitive grants and bring some of this “free money” to your school? Join this webinar!
Toni Rockis has compiled a small list of education grants for educators to think about for the next school year. One of them might be just what your school is looking for!
Learn more the upcoming new course, Enhancing Education through Foundation Funding (E2F2)! Toni can’t wait to share her knowledge and expertise with you so you can collaborate with your child’s teacher to write grant proposals to help your child and his/her classmates.
This list is only a tiny sampling of the grant opportunities available for your child’s school.
Learn how to write competitive grant proposals in our three-part grant-writing miniseries. Dr. Toni Rockis will review and dissect the eight typical sections of a proposal so you come away feeling equipped and confident to begin your own winning grant-writing journey.
In this webinar, two grant writers who have won major grants to help fund big ideas for their institutions will share what they learned in the process.
If your school does not qualify for Title I, does that mean it’s impossible to get grants? Not at all! You may have some students on free lunch, but not enough to qualify for Title I status. While many grants target underserved populations, you still can find grants and other funding to help pay for what your school needs, and what you want for your classroom.