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2013 Random House Foundation Teacher Award for Literacy

Type: Foundations
Source: Random House Foundation
Program: 2013 Random House Foundation Teacher Award for Literacy
Eligibility: Full-time or part-time teachers in grades K-12. Teachers in public schools in the United States (private and parochial schools are not eligible).
Purpose: Funded By The Random House Foundation, Inc., The Random House Teacher Awards For Literacy Recognize The Nation’s Most Dynamic And Resourceful Teachers Who Use Their Creativity To Inspire And Successfully Instill A Love Of Reading In Their Students. Open To Full And Part-time Teachers In Public Schools Across The U.S., The Awards Consist Of A $10,000 First Place Grant, $5,000 Second Place Grant And A $2,500 Third Place Grant Award Payable To Each Teacher’s Respective School. In Addition, Book Donations Are Made To The Winners And Runners-up.
Deadline: 09-01-2013
Award Min: $2,500.00
Award Max: $10,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: Awards.
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Complete the Application Form (complete the SELF-NOMINATING section or, if nominating someone else, complete the NOMINATING SOMEONE ELSE section). • Attach two letters of support – each not to exceed one page. One letter must be from a parent or student and the other from a supervisor or teaching peer. If nominated by someone else, supervisor or teaching peer letter of support is not necessary. • Attach professional resume. • Attach detailed budget and timeline. MAIL: Random House Teacher Awards 1745 Broadway; Mail Drop 16-1 New York, NY 10019 ELECTRONICALLY: teacherawards@randomhouse.com
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