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Toshiba Educational Grants for Grades 6-12
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Foundation
For teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their students.
Classroom Makeover Giveaway
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Corporate
Connections wants to stimulate student learning with modern technology, and transform the traditional teaching environment into a 21st Century classroom with no boundaries. A weekly sweepstakes is being held through November 1st. 
Annie's Grants for Gardens
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Corporate
Showing future generations how sustainable food is grown changes their lives. Supports food education and makes healthy gardens accessible to hundreds of students across the country. Connecting kids to gardens helps them to start thinking more holistically about their food, their communities, and the planet.
Reba R. Robertson Award
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Foundation
To recognize outstanding dedication to teaching theater arts to high school students. In addition to the cash award, an additional $1,000 will be awarded to the honoree’s school to enhance the high school theatre or drama program.
Classroom Supply Grants for Visual and Performing Arts
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Foundation
To purchase consumable supplies necessary for arts instruction. Funding is intended to support schools that deliver high-quality performing and visual arts education programs. Eligible programs will take place during the school day.
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. 
OSLA Literacy Grants
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: State
To support literacy projects in your community, school, or classrooms.
Cyber Robotics Coding Competition (CRCC)
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Corporate
CRCC is a groundbreaking online robotics tournament that engages students in coding. Schools can compete and involve students through gaming and competition in STEM, coding and tech literacy. No previous experience is necessary, everyone can participate. CRCC is cloud-based, can be accessed from any computer and uses simulation of virtual 3D Robots that perform complex tasks and missions. By learning to program, planning and strategizing the virtual robot to participate, students will compete within their class, grade, school, district and state to win stages and progress to the finals.    
Education and Technology Program 
Deadline: 11/01/2019
Type: Foundation
Through our Education & Technology Program, ARRL offers grants for radio station equipment and related software equipment and resources for classrooms in the US.  The application requirements are straightforward: we look for commitment from teachers and school administration, a well conceived plan to use the resources to engage students, and a working relationship with local ham radio volunteers who will provide mentoring support for the school.