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K–12 Grants & Upcoming Events

Upcoming K–12 Grants

  • COVID-19 Grants

    Hundreds of companies are offering assistance to schools during the COVID-19 crisis. We have a resource page dedicated to these COVID-19 grants. Please see the list of grant opportunities here (includes daily updates).
  • Code Games

    Sponsor: XPRIZE Connect
    Award: Cash prizes of $1,000 to $2,000, with multiple awards available for each entrant
    Number of Awards: Not specified
    Application Deadline: October 14

    Community Action Grants

    Sponsor: AAUW
    Award: $3,000–$10,000
    Number of Awards: Not specified
    Application Deadline: December 1

    Vernier/NSTA Technology Award

    Sponsor: Vernier and the National Science Teachers' Association
    Award:  $1,000 prize; $3,000 in Vernier products; and up to $1,500 towards expenses to attend
    the NSTA National Conference on Science Education
    Number of Awards: 7
    Application Deadline: December 10

    Samsung Solve for Tomorrow

    Sponsor: Samsung
    Award:  $10,000 to $100,000 in technology via DOnorsChoose.org
    Number of Awards: 111
    Application Deadline: April 27, 2021

Quarterly K–12 Grants

  • MicroGrant Program for Educators & Teachers

    Sponsor: Educators of America
    Award: Equipment (varies by request)
    Number of Awards: Not specified
    Application Deadline: Ongoing (quarterly:January, April, July, October)
  • Mobile Beacon Connect for Success

    Sponsor: National Education Association Foundation
    Award: Up to 25 laptops and 4G LTE hotspots with free 4G LTE high-speed Internet service for 12 months
    Number of Awards: Not specified
    Application Deadline: Ongoing (quarterly)

Ongoing K–12 Grants

Call for Papers & Proposals

Upcoming Events

Webcasts

  • THE Journal Distance Learning Summit

    On Demand
    Presenters: Lisa DeLapo, Director of Information & Instructional Technology at Union School District in San Jose, CA; Rick Bray, Instructional Technology Professional Development Specialist, Professional Learning and Innovation Center at Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES); Dr. Caprice Young is the National Superintendent of Learn4Life, a network of nonprofit public schools that serves Opportunity Youth and formerly disengaged high school students; David Nagel, Editor-in-Chief of THE Journal and Editorial Director, 1105 Media Education Group (moderator)
    Sponsor: Connection, Veeam
  • NGSS Deep Dive: Middle School Grades

    On Demand
    Presenters: Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan; Idit Adler, CREATE for STEM Institute at Michigan State University; Renee Bayer, CREATE for STEM Institute at Michigan State University; David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Microsoft
  • NGSS Deep Dive: Middle School Grades

    On Demand
    Presenters: Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan; Idit Adler, CREATE for STEM Institute at Michigan State University; Renee Bayer, CREATE for STEM Institute at Michigan State University; David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Microsoft
  • NGSS Deep Dive: Elementary Grades

    On Demand
    Presenters: Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan; Sam Severance, Michigan State University; Monique Coulman, Haas Elementary School (Genesee, MI); David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Microsoft
  • NGSS Curricula: A Deep Dive into an NGSS-Aligned Curricular Unit

    On Demand
    Presenters: Joseph Krajcik, Michigan State University; Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan; David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Insight Public Sector, Microsoft, HP, Intel
  • Speak Up Survey: Trends in STEM and STEAM Education

    On Demand
    Presenters: Julie Evans, Project Tomorrow; David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
  • Critical Thinking and Next Generation Science Standards

    On Demand
    Presenters: Joseph Krajcik, Michigan State University; Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan; David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Insight Public Sector, Microsoft
  • STEAM Research from the Front Lines: The Impact of STEAM on Teachers, Students, Administrators and Parents

    On Demand
    Presenters: Julie Evans, Project Tomorrow; David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Connection Public Sector Solutions
  • Funding STEM: How Schools Can Get Creative with Federal Dollars

    On Demand
    Presenters: Anand Vaishnav and Jacob Waters, Education First; David Nagel (moderator)
    Sponsor: Acer, Connection Public Sector Solutions

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