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Tag Archives: Illinois
State and Local Funding News from Around the Nation
National state and local funding news
Funder: Monsanto Fund; Opportunity: 2017 Math & Science Education K-12 fund; Funding Focus: Education, nutrition and rural development; Geographic Focus: Missouri and Illinois; Eligibility: Schools and nonprofits; Funding: Up to $40,000 each (grant requests of more than $10,000 require the … Continue reading
A digest of state and local funding news from around the nation.
State and local funding news from across the nation.
A roundup of state and local grants from around the nation.
Alaska The Artists in Schools program is supported by the Anchorage Rasmuson, the state of Alaska and the Nat’l Endowment for the Arts. Artists in Schools (AIS) residencies should provide arts experiences and training for students, teachers, and the greater … Continue reading
California Irvine Foundation Awards $3M in Grants: The James Irvine Foundation awards three grants totaling more than $3 million in support of efforts to expand arts engagement, increase voter and civic engagement, and boost the high school education in schools … Continue reading
Arizona and California The Western Growers Foundation promotes science, food safety and nutrition education in order to create healthy farms, individuals and communities. The foundation’s School Garden Program provides support to start and maintain gardens in K-12 schools throughout California … Continue reading
As part of its Excellent Educators for All Initiative—designed to ensure that all students have equal access to a high-quality education—the Education Dept. (DoEd) approves the plans of nine additional states to ensure equitable access to excellent educators. The states … Continue reading