These are formula grants for adult and secondary education and English as a second language. Find the most up-to-date information with the Federal Grant Forecast.
The program provides funding for purchasing equipment, supplies, or any educational materials.
This program aims to improve student achievement through technology in elementary and secondary schools and help all students become technologically literate by the end of eighth grade.
The purpose is to serve students (particularly the economically disadvantaged, disabled, or limited English proficient) who have been underrepresented in gifted and talented programs.
This is a formula grant under Title V that stimulates educational innovation by encouraging broad-based reform efforts. This program has been decreased by almost 50 percent for 2006. The funds may be used for technology, professional development software, or curricular materials.
These are competitive funds to enhance curriculum and attract racially diverse student populations.
This program encourages the formation of partnerships to improve performance in math and science. Funds may be used for professional development, summer workshops, and distance learning programs.
NSF promotes and advances scientific programs in the United States and advances grants for science, math, and engineering research in education.
Funds may be used for vocational and technology education activities plus professional development opportunities for teachers and counselors.
This program provides financial assistance to rural districts to help improve student academic achievement.
The largest of the elementary- and secondary-education programs, this program requires states to develop standards in reading and math and assessments linked to those standards for students. The program is also structured to assist high-poverty schools in giving their students an equal opportunity to meet state standards.
This program provides money for before- and after-school sessions. Funds may be used for expanding learning activities or any area of enrichment, including technology and telecommunication education.
Promotes strong curricular development and creative problem-solving skills.
The focus of these grants is on math, science, and technology.
They provide funding to individuals as well as nonprofit organizations.
Supports curricular reform and professional development.
This fund focuses on organizations with missions supporting: 1) education, 2) environment and conservation, and 3) children’s programs.
This foundation supports a variety of educational opportunities that urban schools can create.
Promotes the improvement of academic skills and improves the opportunities for the disadvantaged.
Stimulates scientific literacy and the importance of coherent communication.
Supports elementary, secondary, and higher education.
This foundation subscribes to innovation and creativity. There is a strong investment in experiential elements for students.
Goals are to improve the welfare of low-income students and to sustain the ecosystem.
The Foundation is eager to consider seed or demonstration projects.
Grants promote advancement of literacy and basic education.
The funding cycle is year-round, and support is directed toward innovative educational curricula.
Supports programs that further the arts, culture, education, and human services.
Seeks special teaching methods to create productive learning environments.
Supports raising graduation rates and graduates who will be strong citizens ready for college or the workplace.
This foundation is primarily concerned with innovative instruction models and also has a strong attraction for meeting the needs of underserved students. The deadline for grant applications is November 1.
Supports education and the arts. (Kansas City, Missouri)
Endorses education K-college, supporting education in all major areas.
Their education program provides grants to help students build deeper learning competencies.
Funds education, health, the arts, and the environment. (Oklahoma and Colorado)
Focuses on preparing students for education and life after high school and ensuring students have high-quality educators and schools.
Supports science equipment and collaborative grants with partners.
The focus is on STEM activities and in areas where the company has business interest.
This grant source has a variety of offerings that could be used for various Pitsco solutions.
The Trust's mission is to enrich the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations seeking to strengthen the region's educational, spiritual, and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways.
The broad mission of the McCune Foundation continues to be improving the community and enhancing the quality of life for the citizens. (Pittsburg, Pa.)
Grants to relieve misfortune and promote well-being are made in the following program areas: human services, education, health care, arts and culture, and public benefit. The area of principal interest to the McGregors is metropolitan Detroit.
The Meyer Memorial Trust is applicable to Oregon and parts of Washington. The principal areas of interest center on early childhood and disadvantaged students.
The purpose of this offering is to further program goals. These grant resources could make possible the extension or refurbishment of existing Pitsco labs.
Funding will focus on initiatives that creatively generate a love of science early in life and show the new generation of inventors that careers involving science and math are important, challenging, and possible. Particularly interested in getting girls involved in the study of science.
The foundation’s Web site details a variety of possible uses for funding.
The foundation supports elementary and secondary education with a strong interest in science.
Supports scientific and educational improvement. (Oklahoma)
The mission is to provide funding to programs that support or provide job skills and/or education for all people, with a special emphasis on disadvantaged youth.
This group is concerned with efforts to attain educational excellence.
Improve the quality of life by enhancing skills in math and science.
These grants support math and science programs for Grades K-12.
The Toyota USA Foundation supports K-12 education with a focus on math, science, and environmental science.
Technology and literacy are areas of primary interest.
Supports innovation and capacity to change, which leads to improvement of formal and informal education.
Invests heavily in education at all levels including teacher education. Wide range of options. (Arkansas, Mississippi)
Places emphasis on STEM programs.
Supports economic development, education, and social justice. (Arkansas)
Funds academic, community, government, business, public service, and faith-based organizations. (Lincoln, Nebraska)