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THE NATIONAL ART EDUCATION FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAM

Type: Foundations
Source: THE NATIONAL ART EDUCATION FOUNDATION
Program: THE NATIONAL ART EDUCATION FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAM
Eligibility: The NAEF Grant Program is open to active NAEA members who have been members for at least one year prior to the date of application; to state/province associations of NAEA; and to recognized special issues groups of NAEA. All eligible applicants are encouraged to apply. Previous funding is not a guarantee of future funding.
Purpose: As An Independent, Philanthropic Organization, NAEF Assists With Efforts To Represent The Teachers Of Art In America, Improve The Conditions Of Teaching Art; Promote The Teaching Of Art; Encourage Research And Experimentation In Art Education; Sponsor Institutes, Conferences, And Programs On Art Education; And Publish Articles, Reports, And Surveys About Art. The Foundation Has Supported 267 Projects Since Its Inception In 1985. NAEF Funding Supports A Wide Variety Of Professional Activities, Including Research In Art Education, Scholarships For Professional Development, Promotion Of Art Education As An Integral Part Of The Curriculum; Establishment And/or Improvement Of Art Instruction In Public And Private K-16 Schools; Promotion Of The Teaching Of Art Through Activities Related To The Instructional Process, Curriculum, Student Learning, Student Assessment, Classroom Behavior, Management, Or Discipline; And Purchase Of Art Equipment And/or Instructional Resources. The National Art Education Foundation (NAEF) Annually Invites Applications For The Ruth Halvorsen Professional Development Grants, Mary McMullan Grants, NAEF Research Grants, SHIP Grants, And Teacher Incentive Grants. Grants Range From $500 To $10,000 Depending On The Grant Category.
Deadline: 10-01-2013
Award Min: $100.00
Award Max: $10,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: One year.
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Applicants may contact Kathi R. Levin, NAEF Program/Development Officer, at NAEF@arteducators.org to answer questions about the application in advance of the deadline.
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