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No Child Held Back Offers a $10,000 Grant for Educational Technology
NaMaYa Inc. and The No Child Held Back Consortium have issued a call for applications for the No Child Held Back 2014 Education Innovation Grant. The grant, which will be available to schools nationwide for the 2014-2015 school year, will provide $10,000 for technology innovation. To apply, schools will need to provide details on how they would use the grant to innovate through software, support services or curriculum. The deadline for submitting an application is July 31.
Yovel Badash, the CEO of NaMaYa, said, "Too often we hear from educators that they lack the tools needed to fully do their job. The No Child Held Back Education Innovation Grant was designed to furnish those tools.”
Created by NaMaYa, No Child Held Back is a consortium of parents, students, teachers and educators working together to improve education for every school and every child.
Christopher Piehler is the former editor-in-chief of THE Journal.