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Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Grants

Type: Foundations
Source: Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Program: Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Grants
Eligibility:

Institutions eligible for funding include, but are not limited to, public and private colleges and universities, graduate schools of education and freestanding educational organizations. 

Purpose:

A key philanthropic goal of the secondary education program is to fund initiatives with the capacity for expansion or replication to the state, regional or national levels.  Requests should target professional development of high school teachers and offer best-in-class training to address significant issue(s) facing teachers.  Efforts to assist either in-service teachers or new teacher preparation are welcome.  Encouraging the use of technology to promote improved teaching and outreach efforts to connect colleges and universities with school districts are invited. Curricular improvement should be aligned with relevant standards and include both content and pedagogy.  Requests to support well-established programs should have the potential to improve quality significantly.

Deadline: 11-01-2014
Award Min: $25,000.00
Award Max: $200,000.00
Quantity: 4 - 10
Additional
Information
:

Please direct all questions regarding the secondary education program to:¬†Mr. William Keator, Vice President for Programs ‚Äď Higher and Secondary Education¬†
Mailing Address:
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
225 Water Street, Suite 1510
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Email Address:    wkeator@avdf.org

Telephone:    904-359-0670

Website: Website