Grants, Funding & Awards


Ingersoll Rand Offers Security Funding Help

Schools and districts seeking grants to cover the cost of upgrades to their security infrastructure can get help from a global company that sells multiple security products.

Education Nonprofit CFY Wins Grant To Enhance PowerMyLearning.com

CFY was selected from nearly 100 applicants to win a $350,000 Digital Learning Challenge grant from the Susan Crown Exchange to allow CFY to enhance PowerMyLearning.com.

Google Gives 15,000 Raspberry Pi Computer Boards to UK Students

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has received a grant from Google Giving to provide students in the United Kingdom with 15,000 Raspberry Pi Model B computer boards for learning to program.

Voyager Learning Launches Summer School Grant Program

Voyager Learning, a provider of intervention materials, professional development, and school improvement services for pre-kindergarten through grade 12, is accepting online applications for a new grant program to help fund summer school programs.

Florida Teachers Granted $47,000 for Classroom Energy Education

A group of 43 teachers from across Florida have been granted a total of $47,000 in funds for classroom energy education projects.

Boston Globe Pilot Program To Provide Massachusetts Students with iPads, Digital Subscriptions

A Boston, MA, media company will launch a pilot program that will provide two school districts with iPads, projectors and digital subscriptions.

'Digital Fab Tools for Schools' Promotes Digital Fabrication Education

ShopBot Tools has launched 'Digital Fab Tools for Schools,' which offers $2,500 vouchers for schools purchasing ShopBot Desktop CNC hardware along with free 123D Design software by Autodesk.

What Race to the Top's School Leadership Evaluations Really Look Like

If you thought teacher evaluations were a challenge, welcome to the new federal requirements for evaluating principals and superintendents.

In Predicting Ed Tech's Future, SETDA Marks Safe Bets and Wildcards

Geoff gets his boss at the State Educational Technology Directors Association to speculate about what 2013 will look like for ed tech now that the Obama administration is continuing for a second term.

National Education Foundation Launches Adopt-a-School Grant Program

The National Education Foundation, in partnership with the State University of New York, has launched the Adopt-a-School Program, a grant initiative designed to bring science, technology, education, and math learning resources to disadvantaged schools.

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