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Sloan Awards for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics in New York Public High Schools

Type: Foundations
Source: Fund for the City of New York and Alfred P. Sloan Foundations
Program: Sloan Awards for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics in New York Public High Schools
Eligibility: To qualify for an nomination, a teacher much be a New York City
high school math or science teachers for at least five years, must
teach at least four periods a day, and demonstrate excellence in
teaching and in achieving distinguished scientists, mathematicians
and educators. 
Purpose: To recognize creative mathematics and science teachers who achieve
superb results and inspire young people to pursue careers in
science and mathematics.
Deadline: Rolling
Award Min: $7,500.00
Award Max: $7,500.00
Quantity: 7
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Nominations for the awards are accepted throughout the year and are
welcome from principals, supervisors, colleagues, students, former
students, parents and others who are familiar with the teacher's
work. 
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