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Toshiba K-5 Grants

Type: Foundations
Source: Toshiba America Foundation
Program: Toshiba K-5 Grants
Eligibility: Any K-5 teacher in a public or private (not-for-profit) school is eligible for a grant to support science or math education.
Purpose: Toshiba America Foundation's Mission Is To Provide Teachers With Additional Funds To Support Classroom Projects. After School And Summer Projects, And Independent Study Projects Are Not Eligible. The Foundation Strongly Encourages Projects Planned And Led By Individual Teachers Or Teams Of Teachers For Their Own Classrooms. Many Successful Grantees Have Designed Projects That Tap Into The Natural Curiosity Of Their Students, Enable Students To Frame Their Own Scientific Questions, And Incorporate The Expertise Of Community Partners.
Deadline: 10-01-2013
Award Max: $1,000.00
Quantity: 30 - 50
Period: One year.
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Before submitting a completed proposal, teachers are welcome to call the Toshiba America Foundation at 212 596-0620 to discuss their project ideas. To learn more about the application process and the Foundation's grant-making guidelines call 212 596-0620
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