Grants, Funding & Awards

Teachers Pushing Data Collection Take Science Prizes

Two middle school teachers and four high school teachers will be recognized later this week as recipients of the 2013 Vernier/National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) awards during the annual NSTA conference. Each winner receives $1,000 in cash, $3,000 in Vernier products, and up to $1,500 to attend the conference, which is being held this year in San Antonio.

'Classroom Reimagined' Contest To Award $150,000 in Software Licenses

Education technology provider eInstruction has opened a new video contest that will grant $150,000 in Insight 360 software licenses to winning schools.

Tips, Tricks, and Secrets to Winning Distinguished Educator Awards

Being recognized as an ed tech leader by a company like Apple or Google carries both prestige and perks. Find out what it takes to join the ranks.

7 CTOs Discuss 'The Incredible Shrinking Budget'

Practical and strategic advice on how to practice smart IT in tough times.

Air Force Association Names Champions of CyberPatriot V Contest

The Air Force Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting "public understanding of aerospace power and national defense," has named the winners of CyberPatriot V, a national high school cyber defense contest.

10 Ed Tech Organizations Granted Nearly $20 Million

Over the past year, the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation has awarded nearly $20 million to nonprofit organizations advancing "blended learning" technologies, according to a foundation release.

5 Schools Win $140,000 in Ed Tech

This week Samsung unveiled the five grand prize winners of its Solve for Tomorrow contest.

State and District NCLB Waivers: Good News and Bad News

Waivers from the onerous No Child Left Behind requirements offer states and districts much-needed financial flexibility, but they can also lead to confusion.

Epson To Launch Document Camera Contest

K-12 and post-secondary educators in the United States are invited to enter a contest to win a document camera for their classroom.

New Jersey School Lands $48,000 Technology Grant

Wrightstown, NJ-based New Hanover Township School will receive a $48,000 technology grant from a partnership among the Jimmie Johnson Foundation, Lowe's, and Samsung Hope for Children.