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May 2003

New Grants

Hewlett Packard
Grants to K-12 schools and school districts to improve technology, math and science education; increase girlsí and minoritiesí interest in technology, math, and science; and provide social services that help youths learn. Grants average $10,000. Deadlines: 5/1, 8/1, and 11/1. For more information email: philanthropy_ed@hp.com.

Dell Computerís TechKnow Program
Technology grants for urban school districts for at-risk middle school-aged students. Dell TechKnow gives students critical 21st Century technology skills, builds self-confidence, encourages children to stay in school and gives them the opportunity bring technology into their homes. For more information contact Dell_Techknow@dell.com

National Academy of Sciences
Lists of K-12 funding opportunities for science related programs. For more details go to www.nas.edu/rise

The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy
The Family Literacy program funds grants to develop and expand family literacy efforts nationwide. A total of approximately $650,000 is awarded each year; no grant exceeds $65,000. Family Literacy programs funded through the Foundationís National Grant Program must include all of the following components: reading instruction for parents or primary care-givers (pre-GED/GED/ESL etc.) literacy or pre-literacy instruction for children intergenerational activities where the parents/primary caregivers and children come together to learn and to read. Email your request to sooc@erols.com. Please make sure to include your organizationís full name and mailing address or call Patty Limjap at (202) 955-6183.

The NEA Foundation Innovation Grants and Learning and Leadership Grants are always available, offered on an ongoing, year-round basis. Over 300 grants of $1,000 to $3,000 are awarded each year to fund your ideas. Applications may be submitted at any time. All applications are peer reviewed, and notification of grants awarded is sent within seven months of submission. Grants fund activities for 12 months from date of the award. Visit www.nfie.org/program/howtoapply.htm or call 202.822.7840.

NEA Fine Arts Grant Program
The NEA Foundation for the Improvement of Education (NFIE) now offers NEA Fine Arts grants to public elementary school art specialists through their local NEA affiliates. These grants allow fine arts educators to create and implement programs that promote learning among students at risk of school failure. For more information on eligibility and guidelines, visit www.nfie.org/programs/finearts.htm.

The NEA Foundation Arts@Work Grant Program
The Arts@Work grants encourage public secondary school arts specialists to collaborate with technology savvy educators and the business community to develop examples of technology-integrated arts curricula that meet high standards for student achievement. This program is supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information, visit www.nfie.org/programs/artsatwork.htm.

 

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