There are many grant opportunities available for STEM education, robotics, after-school programs, and more. We’ve pulled some available private and government sources that you can apply for.
Ready and waiting! Each month, we assess available grants and assemble a list of current opportunities. Be sure to check back each month for the latest findings. Here are the April 2017 leads: Grant Funding Leads PDF.
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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. 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,