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Tools For Schools Grants
Deadline: 10/21/2019
Type: Foundation
Tools for Schools Grant" to supplement our Cache County classrooms with an arsenal of much-needed books, equipment and supplies.
Connecticut Community Grants
Deadline: 10/25/2019
Type: Foundation
For local community needs throughout the 64 towns served by the Foundation.  Requests are in the areas of education, human services, and arts and culture.  
Incentives for Excellence Technology Grants
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Foundation
These grants are available for computers, projectors, digital cameras, scanners, smart boards, etc.  
2019 Anchorage Schools Foundation Grant Cycle
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Foundation
In support of activities that enhance the success of students in the Anchorage School District.
Using Music to Teach Mathematics Grants
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: State
To incorporate music into the elementary school classroom to help young students learn mathematics. 
Public-Private Partnerships
Deadline: 11/15/2019
Type: Foundation
The Idaho STEM Action Center’s enabling legislation focuses on five broad areas: Student learning and achievement (including underrepresented populations) Student access to STEM including equity issues Teacher professional development and opportunities College and career STEM pathways Industry and workforce needs
Student Competition Travel Sponsorship
Deadline: 11/30/2019
Type: State
he goal of this opportunity is to build student and educator investment in STEM initiatives by supporting Idaho student participation in STEM-related competitions on the state and national level.
 Karen Cox Memorial Grants 
Deadline: 12/02/2019
Type: State
Named for the late Karen Cox, one of Montana’s great teachers, these grants are not intended to replace school funds but rather to support teachers who dig into their own pockets to help their students succeed.
Agricultural Leadership Grant 
Deadline: 12/06/2019
Type: Foundation
These grants are in support of leadership development activities for students already enrolled in agriculture courses at the Middle or High School level, in formal and informal education settings, providing these students with the skills to become future leaders in the agriculture and natural resources field. Grants are intended to support organized leadership programs rather than an individual student. 
2019 Statewide Organization Grant
Deadline: 12/06/2019
Type: State
Funds may be used for events, materials and educational programs for students, educators and/or volunteers with a statewide impact. (This category is not designated for individual schools or school districts.)