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- Schoolyard Habitat Program Grant
The Schoolyard Habitat Program helps teachers and students create a
naturalized wildlife habitat for classroom field studies and observations.
Qualified schools or organizations serving K-12 students are eligible for
funding and may receive up to $8,000 for projects.
- Pets in the Classroom Grant
Grant certificates will be distributed in the amounts of $50, $100, or $150
and may be used to purchase new pets, pet environments, or pet food and
supplies for existing classroom pets.
- 6-12 Science and Math Grant
The Toshiba America Foundation gives up to and over $5,000 to math and
science teachers (grades 6-12) in public and private schools.
- Learning and Leadership Grant
The NEA Foundation provides opportunities for teachers, education support
professionals, and higher education faculty and staff to engage in
high-quality professional development.The Foundation will give $2,000 to
individuals and $5,000 to groups engaged in collegial study.
- Air Force Junior ROTC Grant
The AFA is currently offering $250 to K-12 teachers who wish to enhance
student knowledge of how aerospace plays a prominent role in today and
- Education Grants
JPMorgan Chase invests in programs and services that increase
economically-disadvantaged children's access to high-quality educational
- Baseball Tomorrow Fund
The MLB's Baseball Tomorrow Fund is directed towards programs and schools
that are determined to have youth involved in baseball. The average grant
award is $50,000.
- Grants to Help Immigrants in Innovative Ways
The Ray Solem Foundation is offering grants of up to $10,000 to non-profit
organizations that have found creative ways to help U.S. immigrants improve
their English language skills.
- Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Program
The Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Program recognizes exceptional
contributions in the field of earth science by middle and high school
teachers. Winners will receive NAGT membership, $500 in travel funds, $500
in classroom improvement funds, and an assortment of publications from the
- Youth and Scientific Education Grants
The American Honda Foundation makes grants to nonprofits, programs, and
organizations that directly benefit STEM (science, technology, engineering,
and math) youth education.
- After School Advantage Program
GTECH's After School Advantage Program provides computer centers for
minority and at-risk children. They plan to establish over 100 computer
labs, each valued at $15,000 with on-line technology and software.
- Free Curriculum for Teen Driver Safety
Toyota and Discovery Education are offering Toyota Teen Driver, a free
online resource for educators, students, and parents that promotes
responsible driving for teens. In addition to parent-focused resources, the
web site offers a digital curriculum that includes lesson plans, activities,
and discussion starters for students in grades 9-12.
Participating organizations can earn points redeemable for cash or new
technology by recycling empty printer cartridges, cell phones, and other
small electronics from their communities and supporters.