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Grants, Funding & Awards


E-Rate Demand Increasing

Demand for E-rate funding is increasing, especially in rural and remote districts, according to a new report.

Discovery Education Names 2014 DEN Gurus

The DEN Guru program recognizes educators who are transforming teaching and learning with digital content and educational technologies.

Virginia First in Broadband Evaluation Pilot

Virginia will begin a statewide pilot program whose aim is to deliver high-speed broadband to schools while bringing costs down.

Helping STEM Take Root

Private and public sector groups are joining the effort to steer students toward tech education and careers.

Shifting Federal Priorities Mean More Funding for Ed Tech

Spurred on by the President's ConnectED initiative, the FCC is moving to prioritize WiFi over outdated technology, and there's still time for districts to speak up about what they need.

South Carolina District Wins the Sylvia Charp Award

Presented by THE Journal and ISTE in honor of the magazine’s founding editor, this award recognizes a school system for innovation in the equitable and widespread application of educational technology.

Energy Department, National Science Teachers Choose Home Energy Ed Challenge Winners

The United States Department of Energy and the National Science Teachers Association have chosen the winners of the America's Home Energy Education Challenge.

Middle School Math Mavens Prove Their Mettle in Raytheon Contests

Middle schoolers across the country just received a boost to their summer camp or college funds.

Feds Approve Mods to NY and MA Race to the Top Projects

Two states that received Race to the Top grant funding from the federal government are the latest states that have received permission to amend their projects.

3 Ways To Raise Money for Tech in the Classroom

When schools need technology and districts can't provide it, sometimes the only way to find the funds is to get creative.

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