Public Education Network
A terrific resource for grant listings and articles. Worth subscribing to the Weekly NewsBlast.
General site: http://publiceducation.org/index.asp
Grants info: http://publiceducation.org/newsblast_grants.asp
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Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) More than 30 Federal agencies formed a working group in 1997 to make hundreds of federally supported teaching and learning resources easier to find. The result of that work is the FREE website.
Show Me the Money: Tips & Resources for Successful Grant Writing -- Many educators have found that outside funding, in the form of grants, allows them to provide their students with educational experiences and materials their own districts can't afford. Learn how they get those grants -- and how you can get one too. Included: Practical tips to help first-time grant writers get the grants they need. http://educationworld.com/a_curr/profdev/profdev039.shtml
Share the Technology provides a way for donors and potential recipients to search message boards and databases on the site to find computers and equipment available for free in their region.
A website making more than 1,000 sources of financial aid more easily accessible to Hispanic students around the country and world. The site includes application guidelines, an alumni section, and a database of scholarships fully searchable by a variety of categories, including state, college, and field of interest.
A free educational leadership resource targeting the needs of high school administrators.
Resources for Indispensable Schools and Educators or the RISE network, is a free resource for teachers who are committed to improving the education and achievement of students in low-income K-12 public schools. RISE offers a valuable support network of resources to enhance work environments and improve student achievement. Every year in a RISE teacher classroom, low-income students make significant strides in closing the achievement gap. RISE offers financial rewards for effective teachers to defray the cost of materials and supplies. RISE provides pre-screened job opportunities for effective teachers who want to work in low-income communities. To learn more, visit:
And as always...
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Curriculum Units & Lesson Plans—We have THOUSANDS of classroom-tested, readily-available lesson plans and full curriculum units developed for teachers, by teachers. http://teachersnetwork.org/lessonplans
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How-To’s—Find out how to do just about anything in your classroom. http://teachersnetwork.org/ntol/ntol_how_to.htm
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Grants—We have TeachNet grant applications available now and information about more grant opportunities. http://teachersnetwork.org/grants
Teacher Research—Fellows in our Teachers Network Leadership Institute conduct and publish action research. http://teachersnetwork.org/tnli
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