Type Program Deadline  
Foundations Mathematics Graduate Course Work Scholarships for Grades 6-8 Teachers 11-07-2014
Foundations 7-12 Classroom Research Grants 11-07-2014
Foundations PreK-6 Classroom Research Grants 11-07-2014
Foundations Improving Students' Understanding of Geometry Grants for Grades PreK-8 Teachers 11-07-2014
Foundations Equity in Mathematics Grants for Grades 6-8 11-07-2014
Foundations Engaging Students in Learning Mathematics Grants for Grades 6-8 Teachers 11-07-2014
Foundations Teacher Professional Development Grants for Grades 6-8 Teachers 11-07-2014
Foundations 2014-2015 Community Education Center Community Grants 10-29-2014
Foundations Project Learning Tree GreenWorks! Grants 09-30-2014
Foundations Prudential Spirit of Community Awards 11-04-2014
Foundations Pets in the Classroom Grants 06-15-2015
Foundations I Love My Librarian Award 09-12-2014
Foundations AAUW Community Action Grants 01-15-2015
Foundations ING Unsung Heroes 04-30-2015
Foundations Dow’s STEMtheGAP Fall Teacher Challenge 10-31-2014
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AP Fellows Program

Type: Foundations
Source: College Board
Program: AP Fellows Program
Eligibility: For a teacher to qualify s/he must teach at a school that meets at least one of the following criteria:

Fifty percent or more of the student population must consist of traditionally underrepresented students of color (African American, Hispanic, or Native American)

Fifty percent or more of the student population must consist of students whose average family income level is equivalent to, or below, the national annual average for a low-income family of four (approximately $36,000)
Purpose: The AP Fellows Program Is An Annual Competitive Grant Program That Provides Scholarships For Secondary School Teachers In The U.S. To Attend AP Summer Institutes. AP Summer Institutes Provide An Excellent Opportunity For Teachers To Gain Command Of A Specific AP Subject And To Receive Up-to-date Information On The Latest Curriculum Changes. Scholarships Are Available To Teachers From Schools That Serve Minority Or Low-income Students Who Have Been Traditionally Underrepresented In AP Courses. The $1,000 Scholarships Assist Teachers With The Cost Of Attending An AP Summer Institute.
Deadline: 03-01-2014
Award Max: $1,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: Award.
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Phone: 212-713-8000

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