Funding Sources for K-12 Schools and Adult Basic Education

Funding Sources for K-12 Schools and Adult Basic Education

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Funding Sources for K-12 Schools and Adult Basic Education provides the most current and comprehensive information on over 1, 500 sources for educational program funding. This annual directory not only provides essential funding information for K-12 schools, but is also one of the few that emphasizes adult basic education programs, including GED education, literacy, and job training programs. Funding Sources contains grants that have never before appeared in any other Grants print directory, and includes information on Canadian funding programs. The directory contains grant programs for organizations and individuals covering technology in the classroom, curriculum development and teacher training, adult and family literacy, job training skills, English-as-a-Second-Language, cultural outreach, and others. Each entry contains grant description and contact information, and, when available, also includes restrictions and requirements, deadline and renewal dates, grant amounts, Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance program numbers, and samples of recently awarded grants.Contact Mina Di Carlo, Manager, (416) 325- 2792, fax: (416) 325-2575 Sponsor Ontario Ministry of Education Mowat Block, 900 ... use of the media in teaching the arts; collection, analysis, and dissemination of data to assist arts in education; and symposia and conferences. ... New applicants must develop their proposal in consultation with the Arts in Education office. ... detailed resume(s), record of previous similar experiences, sample ideas for residency activities, and three letters ofanbsp;...

Title:Funding Sources for K-12 Schools and Adult Basic Education
Author:Oryx Press Staff, Oryx Publishing
Publisher: - 1998-01-01


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