“Kids In Need” Foundation Invites Applications For Teacher Grants

The Kids In Need Foundation, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free school supplies to economically disadvantaged school children and underfunded teachers, is accepting applications from pre-K-12 teachers for grants in support of classroom projects.

Teacher grants of up to $500 will be awarded to educators in support of projects that strengthen creativity, critical thinking skills, and/or core knowledge by engaging students in the learning process. Grant awards are based on the creativity of the projects being proposed. Typically, three hundred to six hundred grants are awarded each year.

All certified pre-K-12 teachers in the United States are eligible to apply.

See the Kids in Need Foundation website for complete program information and application guidelines.

Link to Complete RFP

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About Ethan Rotman

Ethan Rotman (Bayareatic) manages and coordinates programs that hatch fish in classrooms for the San Francisco Bay Area. He also chairs the committee that manages these programs throughout the state. Ethan has worked with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife for over 20 years.
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