Type Program Deadline  
Foundations 2015 Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition 02-24-2015
Federal Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Request for Unsolicited Applications 03-05-2015
Foundations Nestlé Creating Shared Value Prize 02-28-2015
Foundations National Book Foundation 2015 Innovations in Reading Prize 02-28-2015
Federal Drug-Free Communities Support Program 03-18-2015
Foundations Dollar General Foundation Family Literacy Grants 02-26-2015
Foundations Dollar General Foundation Youth Literacy Grants 05-21-2015
Foundations Dollar General Foundation Summer Reading Grants 02-26-2015
Foundations Dollar General Literacy Foundation Adult Literacy Grants 02-26-2015
Foundations Unsung Heroes Awards Program 04-30-2015
Foundations School In-Service Training Grants for Grades Pre-K-5 Teachers 05-04-2015
Foundations Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie’s Education Foundation Grants (California) 03-31-2015
Foundations The Rathmann Challenge 02-12-2015
Foundations Panasonic Student Eco Citizenship Project (New Jersey) 04-17-2015
Foundations USA TODAY Electronic Edition Rolling
Printable Version
Find More Grants

NEA Foundation Student Achievement Grants

Type: Foundations
Source: NEA Foundation
Program: NEA Foundation Student Achievement Grants
Eligibility: Applicants must be practicing U.S.:
Public school educators in grades PreK-12;
Public school education support professionals, or
Faculty and staff at public higher education institutions.

The NEA Foundation especially encourages grant applications from:
Teachers with less than seven years of experience in the profession
Education support professionals*

Preference will be given to members of the National Education Association.

*Education support professionals can be classified as: para-educators, school bus drivers, maintenance and custodial staff, food services staff, school nurses and student services workers, clerical and office assistants, school security officers, and technicians.
Purpose: The NEA Foundation Provides Grants To Improve The Academic Achievement Of Students In U.S. Public Schools And Public Higher Education Institutions In Any Subject Area(s). The Proposed Work Should Engage Students In Critical Thinking And Problem Solving That Deepen Their Knowledge Of Standards-based Subject Matter. The Work Should Also Improve Students’ Habits Of Inquiry, Self-directed Learning, And Critical Reflection.
Deadline: 10-15-2013
Award Min: $2,000.00
Award Max: $5,000.00
Quantity: 150 - 170
Period: One year.
Additional
Information
:
Contact
The NEA Foundation T. 202-822-7840
1201 16th Street, NW F. 202-822-7779
Washington, DC 20036 foundation_info@nea.org
Website: Website