Professional Educators

Get Funding for Classroom Projects

By Edneka Haynes

Focusing on teachers as the key to their students’ academic success, the NEA Foundation has partnered up with for an exciting project.

Issues have been identified and solutions applicable to every grade level have been created.  This partnership asks educators and supporters to choose one of two project options to model after.  The first option focuses on technology and literacy while the second option utilizes math.  Along with this amazing opportunity to be creative and get students excited about learning, the NEA Foundation has agreed to provide $1 for every $1 donated.  Teachers can also submit requests for up to $500 for materials for their classrooms.  The deadline for this opportunity is May 13th, so choose today!

Whether you’re a teacher who wants to adopt a new solution, or a supporter of public education who wants to help, click here.

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