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									OSLN          Organization                Title                        Grant Area Eligibility
Posted Date
1/28/2011     Created by the Lemelson-    Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam       National
              MIT Program                 Program




1/28/2011     The American Museum of      Young Naturalists Awards     National
              Natural History and the
              ALCOA Foundation




1/28/2011     National Environmental      Green Prize in Public        National
              Education Foundation        Education




12/08/2011    Shell and NSTA              NSTA's Shell Science Lab     National
                                          Challenge


12/08/2011    Toyota, NSTA                Toyota TAPESTRY Grants for National
                                          Science Teachers


12/08/2011    Astronauts Memorial        Alan Shepard Technology in Open to all K-12 school or district level
              Foundation (AMF) in        Education Award            educators from across the nation.
              partnership with the Space
              Foundation and NASA
12/08/2010   Intel                   INTEL SCHOOLS OF          National
                                     DISTINCTION




12/08/2010   Laura Bush Foundation   the Laura Bush Foundation National
                                     For America's Libraries




12/08/2010   Bank of America         Bank of America Student   National
                                     Leaders Program




12/08/2010   ING                     ING Unsung Heroes         National




12/08/2010   Siemens                 Siemens We Can Change     National
                                     the World Challenge
12/08/2011   AAUW                       Community Action grants      Applicants must be women who are U.S.
                                                                     citizens or permanent residents. Nonprofit
                                                                     organizations must be based in the United
                                                                     States. Grant projects must have direct public
                                                                     impact, be nonpartisan, and take place within
                                                                     the United States or its territories.




12/08/2010   Volvo / United Nations     Volvo Adventure              National
             Environment Program




08/31/2010   Lowes                      Lowe’s Toolbox for           Any school or parent group that has a group
                                        Education grant program      tax ID number or official 501c (3) status from
                                                                     the IRS is eligible.




8/31/2010    FirstEnergy                FirstEnergy - Mathematics,   http://www.firstenergycorp.com/commu
                                        Science and Technology       nity/FirstEnergy_Service_Territory_Map.
                                        Education Grants             html
6/22/2010    Disney and Youth Service   Disney Friends for Change    Disney Friends for Change Grants are open to
             America                    Grants                       schools, organizations, and individuals
                                                                     planning service projects. Applications
                                                                     submitted by younger children aged 5-14 are
                                                                     especially welcome. The goal of the grant is
                                                                     to inspire children to join their friends and
                                                                     families, schools, and communities to address
                                                                     critical environmental needs as “friends for
                                                                     change” at the local, national, and/or global
                                                                     levels.
6/22/2011    Do Something.org           Change for the children      25 or under age limits
                                        grant and Do Something
                                        Seed grants – or Do
                                        Something Growth Grants
6/4/2010     The Best Buy Children's   National and Community     Nonprofit 501(c)3 certified organizations that
             Foundation                Grants                     provide positive experiences that will
                                                                  empower early adolescents (primarily ages 12-
                                                                  16) to excel in school, engage in their
                                                                  communities, and develop leadership skills.




05/04/2009   Toshiba                   Toshiba America            Toshiba America Foundation contributes to
                                       Foundation (TAF)           science & math education by investing in
                                                                  teacher designed projects for 6-12 students.
                                                                   Next Deadline
                                                                  Large Grant Applications for grades 6 - 12 are
                                                                  due August 2, 2010!

5/4/2009     NEA Foundation            NEA                        United States



5/4/2010     Toyota                    Toyota International       Teachers
                                       Teacher Program




2/19/2010    ESA Entertainment         ESA Entertainment        To receive funding, an organization making a
             Software Association      Software Association     grant request must meet the following
             Foundation                Foundation Grant Program criteria: Be tax-exempt under Section 501 (c)
                                                                (3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
                                                                Seek funding for a specific project or program
                                                                that is or will be implemented or available
                                                                nation-wide or at a minimum in two or more
                                                                states in the United States. Serve American
                                                                youth ages 7-18. Provide programs and
                                                                services that utilize technology and/or
                                                                computer and video games to educate
                                                                America's youth and young adults.

2/19/2010    American Honda            American Honda             National
             Foundation                Foundation Grants for
                                       Youth Education and
                                       Science Education
02/05/2010   Classroom Earth              Classroom Earth's 2010      USA Applicants must teach 9th-12th grades in
                                          National High School        a public or private school in the United States
                                          Challenge                   or eligible US jurisdiction. have at least three
                                                                      years of teaching experience and
                                                                      demonstrate a knowledge of or experience in
                                                                      environmental education. be a full-time
                                                                      employee of a school district. anticipate a
                                                                      classroom teaching assignment for the 2010-
                                                                      2011 school year.
02/05/2010   Motorolla                    #1: Innovation Generation   • Any U.S. non-profit organization, school or
                                          Grants Deadline: March 1,   school district may apply
                                          2010                        • Programming must have nationwide and/or
                                          #2: Innovation Generation   online reach or take place near communities
                                          Collaborative Grants        where Motorola has an employee presence:
                                          Deadline: April 1, 2010     Tempe, Arizona; San Diego, California; Miami,
                                          #3: Innovation Generation   Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Lowell,
                                          U Grants                    Massachusetts; New York City and Long
                                          Deadline: March 1, 2010     Island, New York; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
                                                                      or Ft. Worth, Texas
                                                                      • Program must impact at least 100 primary
                                                                      participants; teacher training programs are
                                                                      exempt
                                                                      • Program must demonstrate measurable
                                                                      change in STEM awareness or education
                                                                      • Grants will be for one year of project work,
                                                                      starting after June 2010
                                                                      • Organizations will be expected to interact
                                                                      and share program attributes with other
                                                                      grantees through conferences and online
                                                                      forums

01/04/2010   State of Ohio Department     The Together Ohio Summer Non-profit Organizations, Ohio Charitable
             of Administrative Services   Learning Initiative -    foundations, County Departments of job and
                                          CSP904710                family Services, Ohio public colleges,
                                                                   universities or school districts (K-12)
01/04/2010   KSTF Knowles Science        KSTF Teaching Fellowship    United States
             Teaching foundation




11/30/2009   The Greater Cincinnati      The Greater Cincinnati      GCF awards grants to qualified 501(c)(3)
             Foundation                  Foundation                  nonprofit organizations in eight counties:
                                                                     Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren
                                                                     (Ohio); Kentucky: Boone, Kenton and
                                                                     Campbell (Kentucky); and Dearborn (Indiana).




11/30/2009   Captain Planet Foundation Captain Planet Foundation     United States
                                       Education Grants




11/30/2009   Marge & Charles J. Schott   Marge & Charles J. Schott   Cincinnati, Ohio
             Foundation                  Foundation
11/30/2009   Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trust   Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trust   Cincinnati, Ohio
             No. 1 and No. 2             No. 1 and No. 2




11/30/2009   Charles H. Dater            Charles H. Dater            Cincinnati, Ohio
             Foundation, Inc.            Foundation, Inc.




11/30/2009   Western & Southern          Western & Southern          Cincinnati, Ohio
             Financial Fund, Inc.        Financial Fund, Inc.




11/30/2009   The Mayerson Family         The Mayerson Family         Cincinnati, Ohio
             Foundations                 Foundations

11/30/2009   George B. Riley Trust       George B. Riley Trust       Cincinnati, Ohio




11/30/2009   The Spaulding Foundation    The Spaulding Foundation    Hamilton County, OH, and the surrounding
                                                                     counties
11/30/2009   The Louise Taft Semple    The Louise Taft Semple    Hamilton County, OH, and the surrounding
             Foundation                Foundation                counties




11/30/2009   Clement and Ann Buenger   Clement and Ann Buenger   Cincinnati
             Foundation                Foundation




11/30/2009   The Warrington Foundation The Warrington Foundation Cincinnati




11/30/2009   Procter & Gamble          P&G corporate             Cincinnati, Dayton, Leipsic, Lewisburg, Lima
                                       philanthropy


11/30/2009   General Electric          GE Foundation             Cincinnati and other US locations




11/30/2009   Federated Department      Community Foundation      Locations that have Macy’s stores – Cincinnati
             Store Foundation                                    is included with a large number of employees
                                                                 in Cincinnati




11/30/2009   Ashland                   Ashland                   Cincinnati and surrounding area
11/30/2009   Chiquita Brands            Chiquita Community         Cincinnati and other US locations
             International, Inc.        Commitment




10/22/2011   The Banks Baldwin          The Banks Baldwin          Cleveland
             Foundation                 Foundation


10/22/2010   B.L. Family Foundation     B.L. Family Foundation     Ohio - Cleveland



10/22/2009   The Cleveland Foundation   The Cleveland Foundation   Cleveland area




10/22/2009   The Abington Foundation    The Abington Foundation    Primarily in Cuyahoga County, Ohio




10/22/2009   The George Gund            The George Gund            Cleveland area
             Foundation                 Foundation
10/22/2009   Martha Holden Jennings      Martha Holden Jennings     Ohio
             Foundation                  Foundation




10/22/2009   The Thomas H. White         The Thomas H. White        Cleveland
             Foundation                  Foundation




10/22/2009   The Kelvin and Eleanor      The Kelvin and Eleanor     Greater Cleveland
             Smith Foundation            Smith Foundation




10/22/2009   National City Corporation   National City Charitable   Areas in Ohio: Cleveland, Akron, Cincinnati,
                                         Giving                     Dayton, Toledo


10/22/2009   Sherwin-Williams            The Sherwin-Williams       Areas of company operations - emphasis on
                                         Foundation                 Cleveland




10/22/2009   THE CLEVELAND-CLIFFS        THE CLEVELAND-CLIFFS       Cleveland and surrounding area
             FOUNDATION                  FOUNDATION


10/22/2009   Ferro                       Ferro Foundation           Greater Cleveland Community




10/22/2009   Applied Industrial          Community Outreach         Greater Cleveland Community
             Technologies
10/22/2009   American Greetings        American Greetings          Cleveland Area
                                       Corporation Contributions
                                       Program




10/22/2009   Forest City Enterprises   Forest City Enterprises     Cleveland Area
                                       Charitable Foundation, Inc.




10/22/2009   The Motch Corporation     The Motch Corporation       Cleveland Area
                                       Foundation




10/21/2009   Eaton Corporation         The Eaton Charitable Fund   Cleveland and areas where Eaton has offices




10/09/2009   Samsung                   Samsung’s Four         United States
                                       Season’s of Hope Essay
                                       Contest
10/09/2009   NCUST               2010 Excellence in Urban   United States
                                 Education Award
                                 Competition



10/09/2009   NEA Foundation      NEA                        United States




10/09/2009   Target              Target Field Trip Grants   United States
                                 program

10/09/2009   Fund for Teachers   Fund for Teachers          United States



10/09/2009   NCTM                NCTM National council of  United States
                                 Teachers of Mathematics –
                                 Improving Classroom
                                 Instruction

10/09/2009   NCTM                NCTM National council of  United States
                                 Teachers of Mathematics –
                                 Mathematics Content

10/09/2009   ING                 ING Foundation grants      United States




10/09/2009   ING                 ING Unsung Heroes®         United States
10/09/2009   IBM                       IBM Foundation                United States




09/17/2009   Peoples Bancorp           Peoples Bancorp               Ohio locations:
                                       Foundation                    Counties - Athens, Belmont, Fairfield,
                                                                     Franklin, Gallia, Guernsey, Meigs, Morgan,
                                                                     Noble, Washington
09/17/2009   Youth Service America &   Youth Leaders for Literacy    United States
             National Education
             Association




09/08/2009   Toyota TAPESTRY Grants for Toyota TAPESTRY Grants for   United States Applicants must either be an
             Science Teachers             Science Teachers           elementary teacher who teaches science in
             by Toyota Motor Sales,                                  the classroom or a middle or high school
             U.S.A., and National Science                            science teacher. Applicants must be residents
             Teachers Association                                    of one of the 50 states or a resident of
             (NSTA)                                                  Washington, D.C.; Puerto Rico; or the U.S.
                                                                     territories including American Samoa, Guam,
                                                                     the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
                                                                     Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
09/08/2009   Lowes                     Lowe’s Toolbox for            Any school or parent group that has a group
                                       Education grant program       tax ID number or official 501c (3) status from
                                                                     the IRS is eligible.




09/08/2009   Toshiba                   Toshiba America               K-12 There is a 7-12 grant that will open next
                                       Foundation (TAF)              year
09/08/2009   JCPenney                  JCPenney After school     United States
                                       programs

09/08/2009   Ohio Farm Bureau          Ohio Farm Bureau          Ohio
                                       Agriculture Action &
                                       Awareness Grants - 2010




09/08/2009   American Electric Power   grants for Education,     AEP's area
             Foundation                Engineering Education     http://www.aep.com/about/serviceterritory/




09/08/2009   Limited Brands                                      home office communities of Columbus and
                                                                 Kettering




09/08/2009   Bob Evans Foods                                     Ohio




09/08/2009   Ashland Chemical                                    Ohio




09/08/2009   Abbott                    Abbott Fund               Columbus, Ohio
09/08/2009   American Honda                                     United States
             Foundation




09/08/2009   The Columbus Foundation                            Columbus, Ohio and surrounding area
             and Affiliated Organizations




09/08/2009   Anheuser-Busch                                     Columbus, Ohio and surrounding area




09/08/2009   Kroger                         Kroger Foundation   Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Toledo
Link                                 Due Date                    Award amounts, info

http://web.mit.edu/inventeams/a Early Feedback: March 18, 2011 Grant size is up to $10,000
pply.html                       Initial application deadline: April each
                                     22, 2011                    Grants available: Up to 15




http://www.amnh.org/nationalce 1-Mar-11
nter/youngnaturalistawards/index
.html




http://neefusa.org/grants/green_ 15-Feb-11                       One $10,000 and two
prize.htm                                                        5,000




http://www.nsta.org/shellsciencelab/ 2/28/2011                    http://www.nsta.org/sh
                                                                  ellsciencelab/prizes.aspx

http://tapestry.nsta.org/Default.aspx 2/23/2011                  50 large grants of $10,000
                                                                 each


http://www.amfcse.org/Alan%20shep 15-Jan-11                      1,000
ard%20Award/alan_shepard_award.h
tm
http://www.intel.com/about/corporat Febraury 17, 2011   These 18 schools will
eresponsibility/education/soda/index.                   receive a cash grant of USD
htm#                                                    5,000 from the Intel
                                                        Foundation and a trip to
                                                        Washington, D.C., for a four-
                                                        member team from their
                                                        school and district. Six
                                                        winners will be selected
                                                        from the finalists and
                                                        receive a USD 10,000 cash
http://www.laurabushfoundation.org/ 31-Dec-10           grant.6,000
                                                        up to
web2/index.html




http://www.bankofamerica.com/foun 1/12/2011             An eight-week paid
dation/index.cfm?template=fd_stude                      internship at a
ntleaders                                               nonprofit/charitable
                                                        organization
                                                        A week-long Student
                                                        Leadership Summit in
                                                        Washington, DC (July) to
                                                        gain valuable civic, social
                                                        and business leadership
                                                        skills (all expenses paid as
                                                        part of the Student Leaders
                                                        Program)

http://ing.us/about-                5/30/2011           Varies top award 25,000
ing/citizenship/childrens-
education/ing-unsung-heroes




http://www.wecanchange.com/high- 3/15/2011              http://www.wecanchang
school/                                                 e.com/high-
                                                        school/about-
                                                        challenge/prizes/
http://www.aauw.org/learn/fellowshi 1/15/2011                         Award: $2,000-$10,000
ps_grants/community_action.cfm




http://www.volvoadventure.org/hom 1/31/2011                           Projects are judged and the
e.aspx                                                                best projects are selected
                                                                      for an all expenses paid trip
                                                                      to Göteborg, Sweden
                                                                      where they can win: 1st
                                                                      place = 10,000 USD, 2nd =
                                                                      6,000 USD and 3rd = 4,000
                                                                      USD.


http://www.toolboxforeducation.com The Fall 2010 cycle is now open. Maximum Award: Up to
/                                  The deadline for submitting       $5,000/school is available.
                                   applications for this grant cycle
                                   is October 15, 2010. However, if
                                   1500 applications are received
                                   before the application deadline,
                                   then the application process will
                                   close.


http://www.firstenergycorp.com/com 20-Sep-10                          $500
munity/education/grants/index.html


http://www.ysa.org/grants/announce 7/15/2010                          $500
ments/disneys-friends-change-grants-
deadline-july-15




http://www.dosomething.org/grants     July 5                          the Change for the children
                                      no deadlines for the Do         grant $1,500
                                      Something Seed grants – or Do   Do Something Seed grants
                                      Something Growth Grants         – or Do Something Growth
                                                                      Grants $500
http://www.bestbuy-                • Applications for Community The average grant amount
communityrelations.com/our_foundat Grants will be accepted June 1- is $3,000 – $5,000 with a
ion.htm                            July 1.                         maximum of $10,000.
                                   • National partnership
                                   proposals to the Best Buy
                                   Children's Foundation are
                                   reviewed on a quarterly basis,
                                   with the following application
                                   deadlines: November 1,
                                   February 1, May 1, August 1




http://www.toshiba.com/taf/         2-Aug                          Grant awards for up to
                                                                   5,000 and over 5,000




http://www.neafoundation.org/pages Applications are reviewed three $2,000 - $5,000
/educators/grant-programs/grant-    times per year, every year.
application/                        February 1, June 1, October 15,
                                    2009
http://www.toyota4education.com/p 26-May-10
mwiki.php?n=Main.WelcomeToTheTo
yotaInternationalTeacherProgramWiki
?from=Main.HomePage


http://www.theesa.com/foundation/a 15-Apr-10                       Multiple, up to $50,000
pplication.asp




http://corporate.honda.com/america/ Deadline for                   $20,000-$60,000
philanthropy.aspx?id=ahf            Submission
                                    February 1
                                    May 1
                                    August 1
                                    November 1
http://classroomearth.org/challenge/ 2/22/2010                       $4,000
2010




http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/ March 1, 2010 and April 1, 2010 See grant
Business/Corporate/US-EN/corporate-
responsibility/society/community-
investment-education-more-about-
innovation-generation-grants.html




http://www.procure.ohio.gov/proc/vi 2/3/2010
ewProcOpps.asp?oppID=7396&disclai
mer=N
http://www.kstf.org/                  13-Jan-10                      KSTF Teaching Fellowships
                                                                     combine extensive financial
                                                                     and professional support.
                                                                     The total award for each
                                                                     Fellow is valued at nearly
                                                                     $150,000 over the course
                                                                     of the five-year Fellowship.
                                                                     Fellows receive tuition
                                                                     assistance while
                                                                     participating in a teacher
                                                                     credentialing program,
                                                                     monthly stipends, and
                                                                     grants for professional
                                                                     development and teaching
                                                                     materials.


http://www.greatercincinnatifdn.org/ GCF does not accept unsolicited Varies
                                     grant proposals. All potential
                                     grant applicants must contact
                                     GCF as a first step. For more
                                     information, please contact Kay
                                     Pennington, Community
                                     Investment Coordinator, at
                                     (513) 241-2880.
                                     penningtonk@gcfdn.org




http://www.captainplanetfoundation. March 31, June 30, September     The range of grants
org/                                30, and December 31              awarded by the Foundation
                                                                     is $250 - $2,500




No web site Contatct:                 None                           Varies
Phyllis J. Cartwright, Secy.-Treas.
531 Murray Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45217-2014
(513) 721-8400
No web site Contact:                     Feb., May, Aug., and Nov.      Varies
c/o Fifth Third Bank
38 Fountain Sq. Plz., 1090CA
Cincinnati, OH 45263-0001
Telephone: (513) 534-4397
Contact: Heidi B. Jark, Mgr., Charitable
and Planned Giving Svcs.




http://www.daterfoundation.org/         Directors/officers meet monthly Varies
                                        to evaluate grant applications.




http://www.westernsouthernlife.co none
m/aboutUs/wsfg/communityinvolve
ment.asp
Contact info: Western & Southern
Financial Fund, Inc.
400 Broadway, MS 28
Cincinnati, OH 45202-3312
Telephone: (513) 629-1464
Edward J. Babbit

http://www.mayersonfoundation.org NA
/

no web site                             NA                              Varies
Contact Info:
George B. Riley Trust
c/o Susan Sattergren
8595 Beechmont Ave., No. 304
Cincinnati, OH 45255-4740
Telephone: (513) 621-5017

None                                   NA                               Varies
Contact info:
8260 N. Creek Dr., Ste. 340
Cincinnati, OH 45236-6114
Telephone: (513) 936-0101
Contact: Linda K. Marlow, V.P., Progs.
Fax: (513) 936-6042
None                                 Feb. 15, May 15, Aug. 15, and   Varies
Contact info                         Oct. 15
c/o Ignite Philanthropy Advisors
1776 Mentor Ave., No. 318
Cincinnati, OH 45212
Telephone: (513) 351-1945
Contact: Lyn Martin

None                               Write for application             Varies
Contact info
Clement and Ann Buenger Foundation
P.O. Box 630858
Cincinnati, OH 45263-0858


None                                  none                           varies
Contact info Application address:
c/o Fifth Third Bank, 38 Fountain
Sq. Plz., Cincinnati, OH 45263, tel.:
(513) 534-5440

http://www.pg.com/company/our_co Grant Application Cycles are July varies
mmitment/grant_application_guidelin 1 through September 30 and
es.shtml                             December 1 through February
                                     28.
http://www.ge.com/foundation/devel TBD                             Varies
oping_futures_in_education/index.jsp




http://www.macysinc.com/Communit TBD                                 Varies
y/




http://www.ashland.com/commitmen June and July                       Varies
ts/contributions.asp
http://www.chiquitabrands.com/Com Ongoing                              The size of our cash grants
panyInfo/Guidelines.aspx                                               varies, but $500 to $5,000
                                                                       is typical. We rarely
                                                                       support cash requests in
                                                                       excess of $25,000. Any
                                                                       charity receiving more than
                                                                       $25,000 in a calendar year
                                                                       will require special
                                                                       approval from Chiquita’s
                                                                       CEO and/or Board of
                                                                       Directors. Charities are
                                                                       requested to limit financial
                                                                       requests to one per
                                                                       calendar year.

                                      None



                                      None



http://www.clevelandfoundation.org/ See web site to submit grant       Varies
                                    inquiry - grant inquiries can be
                                    submitted at any time.



http://www.fmscleveland.com/abingt The Board of Trustees meets 3 Varies
on/                                times a year to consider
                                   applications and award grants.
                                   Deadlines: December 1, May 1,
                                   September 1




http://www.gundfdn.org/index.asp      December 15, March 15, June      Varies
                                      15 and September 15
http://www.mhjf.org/about.html        Varies see web site for each     Varies
                                      program grant area




http://www.fmscleveland.com/thoma The Discretionary Charitable
swhite/                           Trust Committee meets three
                                  times each year to consider
                                  grant applications. Deadlines,
                                  December 1, April, August 1

                                                                       Varies




https://www.nationalcity.com/about- Proposals are reviewed on a        Varies
us/community/community-               quarterly basis. See Submit
relations/pages/charitable-giving.asp Request on web site for Public
                                      Affairs offices
                                      Accepts proposals with           Varies
                                      deadlines in January, April,
                                      June, September and October



http://www.cliffsnaturalresources.co Open                              Varies
m/Development/CommunityRelations
/Pages/Cleveland-
CliffsFoundation.aspx
http://www.ferro.com/About/Social+ Reviews annually                    Limited funding
Responsibility/Philanthropy.htm



http://web.applied.com/base.cfm?pa Currently there is a freeze on      Up to 1,500 for education
ge_id=1545                         grant making till July 2010,        initiatives
                                   however they are still taking
                                   grant requests and should the
                                   freeze be lifted earlier in the
                                   year. Reviews quarterly
http://corporate.americangreetings.c Reviewed Quarterly                  Varies
om/aboutus/sustainability.html




http://www.forestcity.net/




                                        Letter of Inquiry by August 15




http://www.eaton.com/EatonCom/Su   Proposals are accepted and       Varies
                                   approved on a rolling basis. The
stainability/SustainablePractices/Com
munity/SocialCommitment/Corporate  Committee meets 6 times a year
Giving/index.htm                   to review funding requests and
                                   allocate funds.
http://pages.samsung.com/us/4seaso 1-Nov-09
ns_hope/education.jsp
http://www.ncust.org/dnn/Excellence 16-Nov-09                      $1,000
inUrbanEducationAward/tabid/58/Def
ault.aspx



http://www.neafoundation.org/pages Applications are reviewed three $2,000 - $5,000
/educators/grant-programs/nea-     times per year, every year.
foundation-green-grants/           February 1, June 1, October 15,
                                   2009




https://targetfieldtripgrants.target.co 3-Nov-09                   Maximum Award: Up to
m/rules.php                                                        $800 Number Of Awards:
                                                                   5000
http://www.fundforteachers.org/       29-Jan-10                    Individual grants of $5,000
                                                                   and team grants of up to
                                                                   $10,000 for summer 2010

http://www.nctm.org/resources/cont 13-Nov-09                       Maximum of $3,000
ent.aspx?id=1316



http://www.nctm.org/resources/cont 13-Nov-09                       Maximum of $4,000
ent.aspx?id=1328


http://www.ing-                     Grant requests are reviewed    Grant requests of $100,000
usa.com/us/aboutING/CorporateCitize once per quarter by the ING    or more are reviewed
nship/                              Foundation Advisory            quarterly by the foundation
                                    Committee.                     board. They do not
                                                                   consider requests under
                                                                   $2,500.




http://www.ing-                     30-Apr-10                      Each year, 100 educators
usa.com/us/aboutING/CorporateCitize                                are selected to receive
nship/Education/INGUnsungHeroes/in                                 $2,000 to help fund their
dex.htm                                                            innovative class projects.
                                                                   Three of those are chosen
                                                                   to receive the top awards
                                                                   of an additional $5,000,
                                                                   $10,000 and $25,000
http://www.ibm.com/ibm/ibmgives/g                              education
rant/grantapp.shtml                                            http://www.ibm.com/ibm/i
                                                               bmgives/grant/education/


http://www.peoplesbancorp.com/peo February 10, 2009, May 10,
ples_bancorp_foundation.html      2009, August 10, 2009 and
                                  November 10, 2009

http://ysa.org/MyYSA/YSAContent/YS 30-Oct-09
ANews/tabid/219/articleType/ArticleV
iew/articleId/183/YouthLeadersforLite
racyGrantsDeadlineOctober30.aspx




http://www.nsta.org/pd/tapestry/      18-Jan-10                Maximum award amount is
                                                               $1,000




http://www.toolboxforeducation.com 16-Oct-09                   Maximum Award: Up to
/                                                              $5,000/school is available.




http://www.toshiba.com/tafpub/jsp/h                            Maximum award amount is
ome/default.jsp                                                $1,000
http://www.dosomething.org/grants/ September 15th
afterschool

http://ofbf.org/foundation/scholarshi Nov. 16, 2009
ps-and-grants/




http://www.aep.com/citizenship/aepf Requests are accepted
oundation/apply.aspx                 throughout the year for
                                     consideration at regular
                                     meetings of the American
                                     Electric Power Foundation
                                     board of directors.
http://www.limitedbrands.com/social Limited Brands Foundation
_responsibility/community/support.js accepts grant requests three
p                                    times per year.




http://www.bobevans.com/ourcompa Corporate contributions are
ny/philanthropy.aspx             considered annually in
                                 conjunction with their fiscal
                                 year end, in April. Deadline for
                                 receipt of proposals is March 1.

http://www.ashland.com/commitmen June and July
ts/contributions.asp




http://www.abbottfund.com/                                          Grant requests should not
                                                                    exceed $100,000. Grants in
                                                                    excess of $100,000 will be
                                                                    considered only by
                                                                    invitation from Abbott
                                                                    Fund.
http://corporate.honda.com/america/                                     AHF has modified its grant
philanthropy.aspx?id=ahf                                                proposal range from
                                                                        $20,000 to $60,000 per
                                                                        organization to allow the
                                                                        AHF to support more
                                                                        nonprofits. This is effective
                                                                        for the February 1, 2009
                                                                        grant deadline and until
                                                                        further notice.
http://www.columbusfoundation.org/




http://www.anheuser-                  There is no deadline for
busch.com/grantGuidelines.html        submitting proposals, which are
                                      reviewed on a periodic basis.
                                      Please allow eight weeks for a
                                      response.

http://www.kroger.com/company_inf
ormation/community/Pages/neighbor
_to_neighbor.aspx
Description

Science, math, and technology educations at high schools and non-profit educational organizations who have not received
an InveTeam grant withing the past three years may apply
Inventeam size: Optimal size, 5-15 high school youth
Use of funds: Funds may be allocated for research, materials, and learning experiences related to project; funds may not be
used to purchase capital equipment or professional services
The Lemelson-MIT Program is a grantee of the Lemelson Foundation, and it is administered at MIT. Corporate sponsorships
supplement financial support for InvenTeams. Some InvenTeams independently choose to partner with external
organizations and mentors for additional donations and resources.
InvenTeams are teams of high school students, teachers, and mentors that receive grants up to $10,000 each to invent
technological solutions to real-world problems. Each InvenTeam chooses its own problem to solve.
In 2002 the Lemelson-MIT Program awarded its first InvenTeam grants to three New England high schools. There have been
more than 95 InvenTeams to date, hailing from high schools across the United States including, Anchorage, Alaska; Miami,
Fla.; St. Paul, Minn.; San Jon, N.M.; and Littleton, N.H.
The Lemelson-MIT Program announces a new classALCOA Foundation are accepting applications for the Young Naturalist
The American Museum of Natural History and the of InvenTeams each October, which begins the nine-month grant cycle.
Awards from middle and high school students (grades 7 to 12) across the United States and Canada.
The inquiry-based research competition was created to promote active participation in the sciences and stimulate youth to
explore science careers. The program encourages students to independently explore the natural world and pursue in-depth
scientific research in the areas of biology, Earth science, ecology, and astronomy. Contestants form hypotheses, conduct
research, plan experiments, gather data, and report their findings in an essay.
Twelve winning students will be honored at a ceremony at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
Winners will receive a scholarship as well as paid trip to the awards ceremony, where they will meet with scientists and take
a behind-the-scenes tour of the museum. In addition, winning contestants will have their essays featured on the AMNH Web
site.
The National Environmental Education Foundation, with major support from the NEA Foundation and in partnership with
EarthEcho International, will recognize and celebrate an outstanding K-12 public school that has successfully taken on the
challenge of becoming a green school through the Green Prize in Public Education.
This annual prize recognizes an innovative, sustainable and replicable greening initiative in a public school and the educators
and other school community members instrumental to the greening initiatives. A green school should involve and benefit
students, educators, maintenance staff, parents and the local community. Ultimately, a green school increases students’
environmental literacy, and empowers and inspires them to be more socially and environmentally responsible.
The Green Prize in Public Education will award $10,000 to a K-12 public school that has most successfully implemented an
innovative, sustainable and replicable school-wide greening effort that has involved and benefitted its students. Two merit
awards of $5,000 each will also be given to schools that demonstrate this kind of success.
The Challenge invites middle and high school science teachers (Grades 6–12) in the United States and Canada (with special
attention to urban and underrepresented groups) to illustrate replicable approaches to science lab instruction utilizing
limited school and laboratory resources. Teachers and schools submitting top entries will receive additional laboratory tools,
resources, andSales, U.S.A., Inc. and the National Science Teachers Association are pleased to announce the 21st Toyota
Toyota Motor rich professional development opportunities.
TAPESTRY Grants for Science Teachers program. This year, 50 large grants of $10,000 each will be awarded to K-12 teachers
of science in the United States. Grants will be awarded in Environmental Science.

In a continuing effort to recognize outstanding contributions by K-12 educators and District level personnel in the
field of Educational Technology, the Astronauts Memorial Foundation (AMF) in partnership with the Space
Foundation and NASA, is pleased to present the Alan Shepard Technology in Education Award. The Award
recognizes outstanding contributions made by technology personnel or classroom teachers to technology
education.
Every year, Intel honors U.S. schools demonstrating excellence in math and science education through innovative teaching
and learning environments. To be considered as an Intel School of Distinction, schools must develop an environment and
curricula that meet or exceed benchmarks put forth by national mathematics and science content standards.

Up to three schools at each level—elementary, middle, and high school—will be named as finalists in the math and science
categories. These 18 schools will receive a cash grant of USD 5,000 from the Intel Foundation and a trip to Washington, D.C.,
for a four-member team from their school and district. Six winners will be selected from the finalists and receive a USD
10,000 cash grant. One of these winners will be selected as the "Star Innovator" and will receive a USD 25,000 grant. All five
winning schools and the Star Innovator will also receive products and services from program sponsors.


The Foundation makes grants of up to $6,000 to update, extend, and diversify the book collections of the libraries that
receive them. All LBF grants are made to individual schools rather than to school districts, county systems, private
organizations, foundations, or other entities. Only one application per school is allowed per year.

Only schools where a minimum of 50% of the student body qualify for the Free or Reduced Lunch (FRL) program are eligible
to apply. Because research demonstrates a clear relationship between family income and a student’s access to books, the
LBF gives selection preference to schools in which 90% or more of the students receive free or reduced lunches and are likely
to have the fewest books at home.
As a Bank of America Student Leader, you will participate in an all-expense paid week-long Student Leadership Summit in
Washington, D.C. in July. This leadership development program will provide you with valuable perspective on civic, social and
business partnerships as positive forces of change within our communities. The Student Leadership Summit is directed by the
Close Up Foundation, the nation's leading civic education provider.




ING Unsung Heroes began in 1995 as a way for ING to demonstrate its commitment to the education community. Grants are
given to K-12 educators utilizing new teaching methods and techniques that improve learning.
Each year, educators submit applications for an ING Unsung Heroes grant by describing projects they have initiated or would
like to pursue. Each project is judged on its:
• Innovative method
• Creativity
• Ability to positively influence the students
Each year, 100 finalists are selected to receive a $2,000 grant, payable to both the winning teacher and his or her school. At
least one grant is awarded in each of the 50 states, provided at least one qualified application was received from each state.
Winners are selected by Scholarship America, a national non-profit educational support and student aid service organization.
Of the 100 finalists, three are selected for additional financial awards: $25,000 for first place; $10,000 for second place; and
$5,000 for third place. The top winners are selected by ING’s Educators Advisory Board, consisting of six distinguished
educators fromWe Can the United States. Challenge for high school encourages student teams to identify an energy-related
• The Siemens across Change the World
issue that has local, national and global implications and provide a viable solution.
Community Action grants provide funds to individuals, AAUW branches and AAUW state organizations as well as local
community-based nonprofit organizations for innovative programs or non-degree research projects that promote education
and equity for women and girls.
• One-year grants ($2,000-$7,000 over one year)
One-year grants provide seed money for new projects. Topic areas are unrestricted, but should include a clearly defined
activity that promotes education and equity for women and girls.
• Two-year grants ($5,000-$10,000 over two years)
Two-year grants provide start-up funds for longer-term programs that address the particular needs of the community and
develop girls' sense of efficacy through leadership or advocacy opportunities. Topic areas are unrestricted, but should
include a clearly defined activity that promotes education and equity for women and girls
Special consideration is given to projects focused on K-12 and community college girls' and women's achievements in
science, technology, engineering or math. the United Nations Environment Programme - is an educational programme that
The Volvo Adventure - in partnership with
rewards environmental activities and the decision-makers of the future. To enter, you form a team of 2 to 5 members aged
13 to 16 (at competition opening - July 1st 2009). Perform an environmental project in your local community & submit the
project via our online submission tool before the competition deadline, January 31st 2011.




Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant program is funded by the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation, which
has supported thousands of grassroots community and school projects in the communities where Lowe’s does
business. Any individual non-profit public K-12 school or parent group associated with a non-profit public K-12
school. Parent groups that are applying (PTO, PTA, etc.) must have an independent tax ID # and official 501c(3)
status from the IRS. If your group does not have 501c(3) status, please apply through your school. Pre-schools are
not eligible.




FirstEnergy proudly supports classroom projects and teacher professional-development initiatives focusing on mathematics,
science and technology.
One of the ways we support these activities is by offering mathematics, science and technology education grants of up to
$500 to educators at schools and youth groups in communities served by our electric operating companies and other areas
Disney, together with Youth Service America (YSA), is gearing up for this year’s second round of applications for the Disney
Friends for Change Grants. Friends for Change funds youth-led fall service projects that focus on making environmentally
friendly changes and engaging youth, ages 5-18, as leaders in their community. On behalf of Friends for Change, YSA will
award 75 $500 grants to youth-led service initiatives around the world that demonstrate youth leadership and the
commitment to making a positive impact on the environment. Eligible applicants will be asked to implement their projects
between September and November and to connect their projects to International Coastal Cleanup Day, National Public
Lands Day (both September 25), or other environmentally-focused days of service.




DoSomething.org has teamed up with The Jonas Brothers Change for the Children Foundation to award project grants to
individuals who are taking action in their communities across the U.S. and Canada. Some grant topics - sustainable
community action project, program or idea that focuses on: the Special Olympics, Diabetes Awareness, or Volunteerism. Ten
projects will receive $1,500 grants for their projects or organizations.
Do Something Seed grants – or Do Something Growth Grants are also provided through this organization amounts of $500
each
Guidelines for @15 Community Grants -
Through the @15 Community Grants Program, Best Buy teams across the United States select non-profit organizations that
provide positive experiences to help teens to excel in school, engage in their communities, and develop leadership skills.
Special consideration will be given to programs that:
• Serve a diverse population in local or regional communities
• Build social, academic, leadership and/or life skills in early adolescents (primarily ages 13-18)
• Organizations within the Twin Cities 7 County Metro area are eligible and can apply for Community Grant or the Twin Cities
Fund, but not both
• Show positive results against a demonstrated community need
• Reach at-risk children in working families
• typical grant awards for @15 Community Grants - The average grant amount is $3,000 – $5,000 with a maximum of
$10,000.
Guidelines for national partnerships
• The program must serve a national audience
Wanted: Classroom Innovators! Toshiba distribution plan in place
• The organization must have a national America Foundation is currently accepting applications from teachers who are
passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their students.
Do you teach 6-12 science or math? Do you have a wish list of instructional equipment that will make learning more exciting
for your students? If the answer is yes to these questions, Toshiba America Foundation would like to hear from you.



Learning & Leadership grants provide opportunities for teachers, education support professionals, and higher education
faculty and staff to engage in high-quality professional development and lead their colleagues in professional growth. The
grant amount is $2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for groups engaged in collegial study.
Application deadlines are: February 1, June 1, and October 15
The Toyota International Teacher Program offers fully-funded, international, professional development opportunities for U.S.
educators. Funded by Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., the program aims to advance environmental stewardship and global
connectedness in U.S. schools and communities through creative, interdisciplinary, and solution-based teaching methods.
THE APPLICATION FOR THE 2010 TOYOTA INTERNATIONAL TEACHER PROGRAM TO THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS IS NOW
ONLINE The program will travel November 20 - December 4, 2010 and the deadline to apply is May 26, 2010.

The ESA Foundation is dedicated to supporting positive programs and opportunities that make a difference in the lives of
America's youth. The Foundation seeks to harness the collective power of the interactive entertainment industry to create
positive social impact in our communities. We support geographically diverse projects and programs that benefit American
boys and girls of all races and religions.




Funding Priority: Youth education, specifically in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the
environment, job training and literacy.
The American Honda Foundation engages in grant making that reflects the basic tenets, beliefs and philosophies of Honda
companies, which are characterized by the following qualities: imaginative, creative, youthful, forward-thinking, scientific,
humanistic and innovative. We support youth education with a specific focus on the STEM (science, technology, engineering
and mathematics) subjects in addition to the environment.
Classroom Earth's 2010 National High School Challenge provides grants up to $4,000 to help support innovative projects to
incorporate environmental education into all subject areas.

Classroom Earth is committed to helping teachers integrate environmental education into their curricula to inspire their
students to help solve environmental problems.




The Motorola Foundation has opened the application process for $7.5 million in grants to U.S. science, technology,
engineering and math (STEM) education programs through its signature Innovation Generation grants program in 2010. See
web site for full descriptions
#1: Innovation Generation Grants Deadline: March 1, 2010
Support targeted, innovative STEM education programs for U.S. pre-school through 12th grade students and teachers, with
grants ranging from $25,000 to $50,000
#2: Innovation Generation Collaborative Grants Deadline: April 1, 2010
Support medium- to large-scale STEM education collaborations between two or more non-profit organizations, schools
and/or school districts, with joint requests ranging from $150,000 to $500,000
#3: Innovation Generation U Grants Deadline: March 1, 2010
Support hands-on, innovative competitions, seminars and design competitions for undergraduate- and graduate-level
students at select universities, with maximum grants of $50,000 (average $25,000).




Education / Training / Services & Aids - Summer Learning Initiative
GOFBCI will expand summer learning programs in Ohio that provide intensive summer learning experiences helping children
strengthen reading and writing abilities, increase self-esteem, and generate positive attitudes toward learning. A request for
proposals (RFP) was released in December of 2009 to select summer 2010 grantees.
KSTF Science and Mathematics Teaching Fellows are chosen from among young men and women who have earned or are in
the process of earning a degree in science, mathematics or engineering from a recognized institution of higher education.
Fellowships are offered for individuals committed to teaching high school mathematics, physical sciences or biological
sciences.
Applicants should have received their most recent content (i.e., science, mathematics or engineering) degree within five
years of the start of the fellowship (June 1 of the application year.) An applicant might also be in the final year of an
undergraduate, master's, combined BS with MAT or MEd program or near the completion of a doctoral program. Applicants
who are currently enrolled in a credential program are also eligible to apply.
The KSTF Teaching Fellowships, the Foundation’s signature program, supports, sustains and inspires exceptional young men
and women committed to making a difference as teachers.




Grants
1) Priority and Small Projects/Capacity-Building Grants
GCF makes grants from unrestricted and field of interest funds on a quarterly basis. Grants support projects in six areas: Arts
& Culture, Community & Economic Development, Education, Environment, Health, and Human Services.
2) Community Leadership Initiative Grants
The Foundation takes a proactive approach to grantmaking by providing leadership, knowledge and grants to address large-
scale community issues. Community Leadership Initiatives and Cornerstone Investments are most often initiated by GCF or
developed with extensive GCF involvement. They generally involve major, long-term grants and are structured as formal
funding partnerships among a number of foundation and corporate partners.
GCF’s most recent community leadership initiatives focus on addressing racial disparities and improving race relations,
comprehensive community development, public education, economic development and strengthening the region’s arts and
cultural assets. GCF does not accept unsolicited proposals for Community Leadership Initiative Grants.
3) Grants for Kids
GCF offers two Grants for Kids programs, Learning Links and Summertime Kids, which provide grants of up to $1,000 to
support innovative educational and enrichment projects for area youth. Application forms will be available by mail and Web
site during the months of February and March. The application must be completed by a school staff member and approved
by the principal. The deadline will be noted on the form.
4) Private Foundation Grants http://www.greatercincinnatifdn.org/page10004270.cfm
GCF has very special partnerships with several local private foundations. Our professional staff help the foundations'
trustees carry out their charitable vision by administering grantmaking for these private foundations and charitable funds.
Private Foundation Grants with education components, these include:
- Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation
- Thomas J. Emery Memorial
Grant guidelines, proposals must incorporate:
• Promote understanding of environmental issues
• Focus on hands-on involvement
• Involve children and young adults 6-18 (elementary through high school)
• Promote interaction and cooperation within the group
• Help young people develop planning and problem solving skills
• Include adult supervision
• Commit to follow-up communication with the Foundation (specific requirements are explained once the grant has been
Funds education initiatives
Send an initial letter with a detailed description of project and amount of funding requested. Provide a brief history of
organization and description of its mission.
Send an initial letter outlining:
- How project will be sustained once grant maker support is completed
- Population served
- Name, address and phone number of organization
- Copy of IRS Determination Letter
- Brief history of organization and description of its mission
- Geographic area to be served
- Copy of most recent annual report/audited financial statement/990
- Listing of board of directors, trustees, officers and other key people and their affiliations
- Detailed description of project and amount of funding requested
- Copy of current year's organizational budget and/or project budget
- Listing of additional sources and amount of support
- Additional materials/documentationfounded in 1985 and makes grants to non-profit organizations in the Greater Cincinnati
The Charles H. Dater Foundation was
area to carry out projects that benefit children and focus in the areas of arts/culture, education, healthcare, social services
and other community needs. The Foundation welcomes grant applications seeking support for existing, expanding and new
high impact programs.
The Foundation will accept a one-page “pre-application summary proposal” and provide feedback to an organization, lest
undo time be spent preparing a formal grant application request that is not likely to be funded. This document should
include general information about the organization, program/project description and budget, who has or will be impacted by
the program, the anticipated amount of a grant request, and other sources of funding. Send to Beth Broomall (email:
Funds education initiatives




Support innovative projects that provide leveraged solutions to key issues related to education reform such as professional
development.
- See web site for application process
Supports education initiatives - Ohio Common Grant Form Accepted. Applicants should submit the following:
Signature and title of chief executive officer
Brief history of organization and description of its mission
Detailed description of project and amount of funding requested
Copy of current year's organizational budget and/or project budget



Funds education initiatives
Funds education initiatives




Funds education initiatives




Funds education initiatives




P&G focuses its social investments on our global cause, Live, Learn and Thrive. Their cause comes to life through initiatives in
communities around the world reaching children in need, prenatal to 13 years of age. They want to help children live by
ensuring a healthy start; provide them with places, tools and programs that enhance their ability to learn; and help them
develop skills for life so they can thrive.
Developing Futures in education has a presence in school districts Cincinnati.
School districts use their grants to develop a rigorous, system-wide math and science curriculum and provide comprehensive
professional development for their teachers. Through more hands-on instruction, students learn from teachers and GE
Volunteers as they work together on special mathematics and science projects involving real-world challenges.
For grant submittals http://www.ge.com/foundation/working_with_ge_foundation/index.jsp

Corporate and Foundation Giving Contacts
Macy's and Bloomingdale's support is primarily given to communities where we live and work. Requests for both Macy's
Foundation support and for event sponsorships should be submitted to the division that operates a store in your geographic
area.
Macy's - All states (except Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa and Nebraska), Guam and Puerto Rico. Send inquiries to
foundationapps@macys.com.
You will be contacted after your information has been reviewed. Please allow sufficient time for a response as the web sites
Fund education initiatives - submit a brief summary of it to: Contributions Program Manager, Ashland Inc., 50 E. RiverCenter
Blvd., Covington, KY 41011.
Funds education initiatives – see web site for submitting proposal




Grants with an education focus - POC P. Jeffrey Lucier
Send letter to P.O. Box 18678
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118-0678

Send letter of inquiry - Irvin A. Leonard
901 Lakeside Ave. N. Pt.
Cleveland, OH 44114-1116
(216) 586-7189
The Cleveland Foundation is the community foundation serving Greater Cleveland, including Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga
counties.
Responsive Grants: The rest of the Cleveland Foundation grants are made in response to direct requests from the
community. In general, responsive grants are made (but not restricted to) the areas of arts and culture, civic affairs,
economic development, education, environment, health and social services. The foundation requires all potential grant
applicants to submit a grant inquiry, outlining basic information about the proposed project. Grant inquiries can be
Supports education initiatives.
The Abington Foundation has adopted an online application form for all grant requests of $30,000 and under.




Supports education initiatives: Primary area of interest is the creation and support of new, innovative, excellent schools in
Cleveland. Related to that strategy is the recognition that high quality teachers supported by excellent principals make an
enormous difference in student success. Supports efforts to guarantee quality teachers and principals in every classroom
and school. Supports disadvantaged students through key transitions, especially to higher education. Interest in the efforts
of public and private universities in Greater Cleveland to forge innovative ventures that enhance the region. See web site for
proposal submittals.
Education focused foundation. The foundation has four primary grant programs.
• The Jennings Initiatives program will drive significant improvement in specific areas of need in the educational arena
through proactively planning and developing programs to meet those needs by engaging partners in collaborative efforts
and by sharing effective practices throughout the state.
• The Foundation Open Grants program will support innovative programs for preschool, elementary and secondary school
students and their teachers, ensure activity in a thematic grant category linked to the Foundation's principles and identify
potential Jennings Initiatives programs.
• The Grants-to-Educators program will encourage individuals to try innovative but smaller-scale activities in schools that
support the Foundation's principles and thematic grant categories and identify potential Foundation grant programs.
• The Jennings Scholar and related programs will motivate, recognize and develop the classroom and leadership capabilities
The Thomas H. White Foundation focuses its grant making in education and human services, specifically in supporting
programs that address workforce readiness, school retention and early childhood enhancement in Cleveland, Ohio. See web
site for application process



Supports education initiatives
Accepts applications
Carol W. Zett, Mgr. (216) 591-9111
30195 Chagrin Blvd., Ste. 275
Cleveland, OH 44124-5756
E-mail: cwzett@kesmithfoundation.org

National City supports organizations that enhance educational, economic, and cultural priorities of its local communities and
to provide for the health and welfare of all citizens. Such support may be in the form of cash donations, in-kind gifts or
services, and employee volunteers. each affiliate bank receives and acts upon grant requests from organizations located
only in the respective area in the states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri.
Interested in education initiatives
The Sherwin-Williams Foundation
101 Prospect Ave., N.W., 12th Fl.
Cleveland, OH 44115-1093
Telephone: (216) 566-2000
Contact: Barbara Gadosik, Director of Corporate Contributions
The Foundation's major emphasis is on supporting education. This is done through a matching gift program and by direct
contributions to educational institutions. These direct contributions are generally for capital drives at institutions serving our
communities and scholarships at universities offering degrees in disciplines of interest to the foundation.

Philanthropic focus is on education and economic development, health and welfare, civic, and cultural arts initiatives. The
core goals of the programs and projects that we fund are to strengthen the Greater Cleveland community and improve life
for its citizens and future generations.
1000 Lakeside Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114-1117
Education grants and scholarships
Corporate Giving - Cash Contributions and Sponsorships; Send written requests to Director of Corporate Giving, 1 American
Rd., Cleveland OH, 444144
Requests are reviewed on a quarterly basis.




Forest City Enterprises Charitable Foundation, Inc.
1100 Terminal Tower
50 Public Sq., Ste. 1100
Cleveland, OH 44113-2207
(216) 621-6060
Contact: Allan C. Krulak, Dir., Community Affairs




Supports education initiatives
6200 Riverside Dr., Rm. 2
Cleveland, OH 44135-3132
Contact: Richard J. Schulz, Treas.




Proposals are accepted through the Eaton Charitable Fund - Program, project and capital grants are awarded. Eaton supports
Education grants. Capital grants are made for special purposes that meet specific community needs within the company’s
funding focus. On occasion, operating grants are awarded. Request Process: Contribution requests are to be made through a
local Eaton plant or human resources manager who can assist with the development of a proposal and then serve as sponsor
for the request. Proposals should be sent to the manager of the Eaton facility located in an Eaton community. Please see the
3. How to enter: During the Contest Period, log on to www.fourseasonsofhope.com/education and follow the directions
provided to complete the Official Entry Form and provide an original, sincere, no more than one hundred (100) word essay
on the following topic/question, and submit: How the consumer electronics, computer equipment and software awarded
through Samsung’s Four Seasons of Hope could benefit your school? Essays should focus on:
How consumer electronics, computer equipment, and software can enhance the education process.
How access to these technologies and the use of social networking can change the way that students learn.
The unique and innovative teaching methods that are enabled by computer and consumer electronics technologies.
Each year, NCUST identifies, recognizes, and awards high-achieving urban schools (along with their districts and other reform
partners). The goals of the NCUST Excellence in Urban Education awards program are to:




The NEA Foundation – Nickelodeon Big Green Help Public Education Grants are available in the form of Student Achievement
grants to K-8 public school educators. The Big Green Help Grants program is dedicated to the development and
implementation of ideas, techniques, and approaches for teaching green concepts to elementary and middle school
students. The grants target environmental education as an area of great promise in helping students develop a sense of
environmental stewardship. All Big Green Grants will be awarded in the amount of $5,000.
The NEA Foundation – Staples Foundation Green Grants to Public School Educators are available to K-12 public school
educators in the form of both Learning & Leadership and Student Achievement grants. A collaborative effort between the
Staples Foundation for Learning and the NEA Foundation, Green Grants to Public School Educators support projects that
integrate green-related topics with various standards-based content areas to increase student engagement and improve
Education professionals who are at least 18 years old and employed by an accredited K-12 public, private or charter school in
the United States that maintains a 501(c)(3) or 509(a)(1) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply. Educators, teachers,
principals, paraprofessionals or classified staff of these institutions must be willing to plan and execute a field trip that will
Fund for Teachers is a national, donor-supported organization celebrating its tenth year of awarding fellowships for
self-designed professional growth to teachers who recognize the value of inquiry, the power of knowledge and their ability
to make a difference. To date, approximately 3,500 of America’s top teachers received more than $12.5 million in FFT grants.

Teacher Professional Development Grants for Grades 9-12 Teachers




Connecting Mathematics to Other Subject Areas Grants for Grades 9–12 Teachers



Foundation funding for
• 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations providing unique programming and/or community
outreach initiatives directed toward our primary areas of focus.
• Broad, strategic partnership opportunities that leverage our commitment to
empowerment and focus on improving the lives of individuals in underserved
communities across the country.
• Would not qualify for this grant - Smaller, local programs and initiatives in key markets where our employees and
customers live and work and where we have a large corporate presence.
Proposals that meet the following criteria will be considered for funding:
1. Your organization is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization;
2. Your program/initiative fulfills a community need targeting children’s education and/or financial literacy for children (K-
12) and/or their immediate families;
Funding consideration will be given to higher education initiatives or programs that are
strategically aligned with and grant outlined teachers.
Funding for class projectsthe criteriadollars forabove.
Nonprofit organizations or educational institutions wishing to submit unsolicited proposals to IBM should make an initial
inquiry in the form of a two-page letter. In the event that the proposal is of interest to IBM, additional information will be
requested. IBM only considers requests submitted by organizations which have a tax-exempt classification under Sections
170(c) or 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Priority is assigned to requests involving IBM technology or the
volunteer efforts of our employees. In making a grant decision, we also consider what other types of IBM support (Matching




Youth Leaders for Literacy Available to Young Volunteers Who Inspire and Encourage Reading - Youth Service America is
partnering with the National Education Association to once again offer Youth Leaders for Literacy grants to children and
youth, ages 5-25, who offer innovative ways to increase literacy skills and appreciation for reading among their peers. Youth
can submit their applications through October 30, 2009.
Youth Leaders for Literacy will award 30 young people from across the U.S. each with $500 grants and $500 in books from
the Pearson Foundation. Successful projects will be youth-led and address an established literacy need in the applicant's
school or community. The projects will follow the framework of YSA's Semester of Service initiative, launching on Martin
Luther King, Jr. Day of Service in January and culminating on Global Youth Service Day, April 23-25. An activity should also
occur during the NEA's Read Across America Day on March 2
Access the application at: http://tinyurl.com/neaysayll




The program offers grants of up to $10,000 to K-12 teachers for innovative science projects that enhance science education
in their school and/or district over a one-year period. The 2009 – 2010 competition marks the 20th anniversary of the Toyota
TAPESTRY program.




The Fall 2009 cycle is now open. The deadline for submitting applications for this grant cycle is October 16, 2009.
However, if 1500 applications are received before the application deadline, then the application process will close.
What kind of projects will qualify for the Lowe's Toolbox for Education program? There is a preference for funding
requests that have a permanent impact such as facility enhancement (both indoor and outdoor) as well as
landscaping/clean up type projects. Projects that encourage parent involvement and build stronger community spirit
will be favored. Please note the grant money cannot be used to pay for memorials, stipends, salaries, artists in
residence, field trips, scholarships, or third party funding. Only 10% of any award granted can be used toward
The mission of Toshiba America Foundation is to contribute to the quality of science and mathematics education in U.S.
communities by investing in projects designed by classroom teachers to improve science and mathematics education for
students in grades K thru 12.
Awards ten grants of $500 each and five grand-prize grants of $1,000 each to young people who have started afterschool
activities that help youth in their community. Types of projects this grant funds: Projects started by young people who are
providing after school activities that help youth in their community.
Grant awards range from a minimum of $1,000 to a maximum of $3,000. Matching funds and/or resources are required. The
Foundation hereby requests program proposals from community service groups in rural, suburban and/or urban settings,
independent producers and/or agricultural producer groups. The group does not have to have non-profit status from the IRS,
but it should be sponsored/supported by and/or work in conjunction with such a nonprofit entity. The applicant should be
interested in a competitively awarded grant to initiate, continue and/or complete a program highlighting agriculture and its
impact on the community in one of the following focus areas:
• Economics, community development and/or agribusiness development.
• Education, public awareness and/or community outreach.
The American Electric Power Foundation was created in 2005 to continue to support that goal. The Foundation generally will
consider requests of not less than $25,000 or those for multi-year commitments from organizations in the communities
served by AEP's regional utilities or where AEP has major facilities. The Foundation may also consider initiatives outside of
AEP's http://www.aep.com/about/serviceterritory/ AEP and its regional utilities continue to emphasize corporate giving on
local initiatives. http://www.aep.com/citizenship/community/corpGive/

See web site for grant information Provide monetary and in-kind support to 501(c)(3) public charities that fit within
philanthropic focus, meet guidelines and serve home office communities of Columbus and Kettering, Ohio, New York City,
New York and Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Priority is given to projects that:
• Have a Limited Brands Associate involved as a board member, committee member, long-time volunteer or active partner;
• Meet identified needs in the community;
• Come from organizations that exhibit strong fiscal management and board commitment;
• Encourage and explore community partnerships and leverage additional support;
• Provide opportunities for possible involvement of our associates.
Philanthropy focuses on families and children -- areas that reflect our values and the interests of our employees, customers
and stockholders. Assists hundreds of organizations each year that are improving the quality of life in their community.
For proposal consideration fill out the online Corporate Giving Form



Does not solicit funding requests
Primary focus for contributions is education and the environment.
Ask that projects be national in focus. If not, they should be in a geographic area where Ashland operates. If you think your
proposal might help us fulfill our goals, please submit a brief summary of it to:
Contributions Program Manager, Ashland Inc., 50 E. RiverCenter Blvd., Covington, KY 41011.
We only accept funding proposals in June and July of each year to consider for the next year’s funding.
link http://www.abbottfund.com/sections/apply.html
Abbott Fund invests in creative ideas that promote science, expand access to health care, and strengthen communities
worldwide.
Science and Medical Innovation
Abbott Fund supports new approaches to learning that are designed to foster a better understanding of science and medical
innovation and the value they bring to improving human health. Our partnerships support K-12 education through
postgraduate level research including funding and volunteer assistance for student and educator workshops and programs;
career development; and educational grants for college and university science facilities, scholarships and fellowships.
Community Vitality
Abbott Fund is active in communities around the world where Abbott has a significant presence. We pursue local
partnerships and creative programs that address unmet needs of a community. Emphasis is placed on improving access to
health care and promoting science education. We also support major civic, arts and other cultural institution programming,
Grants are provided in the fields of youth education and science education to the following: educational institutions, K-12;
accredited higher education institutions (colleges and universities); community colleges and vocational or trade schools;
scholarship and fellowship programs at selected colleges and/or universities or through selected non-profit organizations;
other scientific and education-related, non-profit, tax-exempt organizations; gifted student programs; media concerning
youth education and/or scientific education; private, non-profit scientific and/or youth education projects; other non-profit,
tax-exempt, institutions in the fields of youth education and scientific education; and programs pertaining to academic or
curriculum development that emphasize innovative educational methods and techniques.



grants page - http://www.columbusfoundation.org/gogrants/index.aspx Some of the Columbus foundation grants have
already had their due dates. They are not included.
The Columbus Foundation awards competitive grants from the unrestricted and field of interest funds created by donors. A
limited number of Supporting Foundations also offer competitive grant opportunities.
Two grants may be of interest and have open dates for 2010
1) January deadline - 04 - Ingram-White Castle Foundation online Letter of Intent Deadline
Ingram-White Castle Foundation grants focus on education and critical human needs.

2) October deadline- 02 - Small Grants Deadline
http://www.columbusfoundation.org/gogrants/targeted_needs/small_grants.aspx
The Small Grants Program provides support for several areas that align with donor focus.
Applicants may applyits charitable foundation have established of the grants awardedprimary$1,000areas for cash donations:
Anheuser-Busch and for up to $25,000; however, the majority the following as their will be focus to $10,000.
Education
Economic Development
Environment
Contributions are primarily limited to organizations located in communities where the Company and its subsidiaries operate
major facilities and where its employees and their families live and work.
*The Kroger Co. Foundation awarded approximately 1,600 grants totaling nearly $6 million. Education
Our grants for education —primarily to K–12 programs— have provided books for
libraries, funded technology centers in schools and supported science programs and academic competitions. They also assist
local arts, music, sports and enrichment programs. More than $1.4 million was awarded to support education projects in the
past three years.
Requesting a grant begins by sending a written inquiry to the Kroger facility in the area. Our regional retail divisions, plants
and offices review requests based upon local needs and the Foundation’s policies. The national grant-making committee
then reviews recommendations and — if a grant is approved — local Kroger representatives present checks to community
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Posted Date        Agency                             Title & Link

                                  Long Range Funding Opportunity Announcement for
1/28/2011       Office of Naval     Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
7/16/2010          Research        (STEM) for K-12 & Institutions of Higher Education




                                  Office of Innovation and Improvement (OII): Charter
                                  Schools Program (CSP): State Educational Agencies
    1/28/2011     Education                      CFDA Number 84.282A




    1/28/2011       NASA               2011 SUMMER OF INNOVATION PROJECT


                 DOT Federal
                  Highway          Garrett A. Morgan Technology and Transportation
    1/28/2011   Administration                    Education Program




    1/28/2011        NSF           Fostering Interdisciplinary Research on Education




                                  Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and
    1/28/2011        NSF                              Teachers
1/28/2011     NSF      Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program



                       Long Range Funding Opportunity Announcement for
                         Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
12/8/2010   ONR Navy    (STEM) for K-12 & Institutions of Higher Education




                       Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science,
12/8/2010     NSF          Technology, Engineering and Mathematics




                         Secondary Education, Two-Year Postsecondary
                        Education, and Agriculture in the K-12 Classroom
12/8/2010    USDA                      Challenge Grants




                         Environmental Literacy Grants for Formal K-12
12/8/2010    NOAA                         Education




12/8/2010     NSF              Research in Engineering Education
                                  Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) in
12/8/2010        NSF                 Engineering and Computer Science




7/31/2010        NSF                     Transforming STEM Learning
              Cleveland
            Metropolitan      Providing Research-Based School Improvement Model &
7/25/2010   School District                         Strategies
                               Research and Evaluation on Education in Science
7/16/2010        NSF                          and Engineering




                                Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
                                (OESE): High School Graduation Initiative CFDA
7/16/2010     Education                        Number 84.360

                              Long Range Funding Opportunity Announcement for
            Office of Naval     Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
7/16/2010      Research        (STEM) for K-12 & Institutions of Higher Education
                         Office of Innovation and Improvement (OII): Full
                        Service Community Schools Program CFDA Number
6/22/2010   Education                         84.215J




                          Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
                           Impact Aid Discretionary Construction Grant
6/22/2010   Education             Program CFDA Number 84.041C




                          Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools; Overview
                          Information; Carol M. White Physical Education
6/22/2010   Education                  Program CFDA 84.215F




                          Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
                          (OESE): High School Graduation Initiative CFDA
6/22/2010   Education                    Number 84.360




                        Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
6/22/2010     NSF                Talent Expansion Program Centers
6/4/2010   NSF                 Informal Science Education




                  FY 2010 NASA K-12 Cooperative Agreements Notice
6/4/2010   NASA                        (CAN)




6/4/2010   FWS             The Nature of Learning Grant Program




5/4/2010   NSF    Earth Sciences: Instrumentation and Facilities
                          Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
                          Small, Rural School Achievement Program CFDA
 5/4/2010   Education                     Number 84.358A




                         NIST Summer Institute for Middle School Science
4/15/2010     NIST                          Teachers




                        Enhancing the Mathematical Sciences Workforce in
4/15/2010     NSF                      the 21st Century




4/15/2010     NSF       Informal Science Education (ISE)




                          Office of Innovation and Improvement: Charter
                            Schools Program (CSP) Grants for National
4/15/2010   Education           Leadership Activities CFDA 84.282N
            Bureau Of
          Educational and
4/15/2010 Cultural Affairs        American Youth Leadership Program




                             Race to The Top Fund Phase II Applications CFDA
4/15/2010     Education                         84.395A




4/15/2010        NSF                  Math and Science Partnership




3/15/2010        NSF          National STEM Education Distributed Learning
                             Investing in Innovation Fund: Scale Up Grants CFDA
3/15/2010   Education ARRA                         84.396A




                             ROSES 2010: Opportunities in Education and Public
3/15/2010       NASA              Outreach for Earth and Space Sciences




3/15/2010        NSF         Fostering Interdisciplinary Research on Education




                             Office of Innovation and Improvement: Magnet Schools
3/15/2010     Education                  Assistance Program CFDA 84.165A




2/19/2010        NSF                 Advanced Technological Education
                                NSF GRADUATE STEM FELLOWS IN K-12 EDUCATION (GK-
                                                         12)
                                http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503
    2/19/2010       NSF                                  369




               NASA Langley
    2/19/2010 Research Center         GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION




                                Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science,
2/19/2010           NSF         Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring




                                     Computer Science - Science, Technology,
     2/5/2010      DARPA        Engineering, and Mathematics (CS-STEM) Education




                                Youth Science (YS) Cooperative Outreach Agreement
     2/5/2010      Army                               (COA)
2/5/2010   Education   Education Research CFDA 84.305A-1




2/5/2010   Education   Education Research CFDA 84.305A-2




                       National Research and Development Centers CFDA
2/5/2010   Education   84.305C




2/5/2010   Education   Education Research Training CFDA 84.305B




                       Evaluation of State and Local Education Programs
2/5/2010   Education   and Policies CFDA 84.305E-1
                       Evaluation of State and Local Education Programs
2/5/2010   Education   and Policies CFDA 84.305E-2




                       Evaluation of State and Local Education Programs
2/5/2010   Education   and Policies CFDA 84.305E-3



                       Institute of Education Sciences; Overview
                       Information; Education Research and Special
2/5/2010   Education   Education Research Grant Programs CFDA 84.324A-2




                       Institute of Education Sciences; Overview
                       Information; Education Research and Special
2/5/2010   Education   Education Research Grant Programs CFDA 84.324B




                       Institute of Education Sciences; Overview
                       Information; Education Research and Special
2/5/2010   Education   Education Research Grant Programs CFDA 84.324C




                       Research on Statistical and Research Methodology
2/5/2010   Education   in Education CFDA 84.305D
                              Cyberinfrastructure Training, Education,
                              Advancement, and Mentoring for Our 21st Century
2/5/2010         NSF          Workforce (CI-TEAM)
1/7/2010                          The 2010 NASA Summer of Innovation Pilot




                NASA
1/7/2010                      Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and
                                                  Teachers




                 NSF
1/4/2010                      Geoscience Education




           National Science
             Foundation
1/4/2010                      Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science,
                              Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring




           National Science
             Foundation
   1/4/2010                       Proactive Recruitment in Introductory Science and
                                  Mathematics




               National Science
                 Foundation
   1/4/2010                       Excellence in Economic Education Program CFDA 84.215B



               Department of
                 Education
   1/4/2010                       Research on Gender in Science and Engineering FY 2010




            National Science
              Foundation
   1/4/2010   DOT Federal    Garrett A. Morgan Technology and Transportation
                Highway      Education Program
             Administration
 11/30/2009                  Learn and Serve America Summer of Service FY10




               Corporation for
                National and
              Community Service
11/30/2009                        Race To The Top Fund CFDA Number 84.395A




               Department of
                 Education
11/30/2009                     Office of Elementary and Secondary Education Phase II of
                               the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) program.
                               84.394A

              Department of
                Education




                               Innovations in Engineering Education, Curriculum and
 10/22/2009        NSF         Infrastructure




                               SUBJECT: Dear Colleague Letter - Research and Evaluation
                               on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE): A
                               Message to Graduate Education Researchers
                               http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pi
 10/22/2009        NSF         ms_id=13667&ods_key=nsf09601




            Dept of the Army --
 10/22/2009 Materiel Command High School Apprenticeship Program (HSAP)




                               Secondary Education, Two-Year Postsecondary Education,
 10/22/2009   CSREES (USDA)    and Agriculture in the K-12 Classroom Challenge Grants




                              Researching, Creating, Developing, Deploying and
                              Evaluating Innovative Educational Tools, Approaches &
             Department of Resources to Advance Intellectual Basis for a National
   9/4/2009 Homeland Security Homeland Security S&T Workforce




  8/21/2009        NSF         Science Master??s Program
 8/8/2009   NASA   NATIONAL LAB OPPORTUNITY




 8/7/2009   NSF    Discovery Research K-12




                   Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and
 8/7/2009   NSF    Engineering




 8/2/2009   NSF    Partnerships for Innovation




 8/1/2009   NSF    Informal Science Education (ISE)




                   Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and
7/31/2009   NSF    Engineering
7/30/2009       NSF         Advanced Technological Education




                            Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and
7/29/2009       NSF         Teachers




7/28/2009       NSF         Science of Learning Centers



            Department of   Advanced Placement (AP) Test Fee Program; CFDA
7/27/2009     Education     Number: 84.330B




7/27/2009       DOC         Student Opportunity for Learning




7/27/2009       NSF         EAR Education and Human Resources




7/27/2009       NSF         Mathematical Sciences Infrastructure Program
7/27/2009      NSF       Arctic Research Opportunities




7/27/2009      NSF       Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems
7/27/2009                Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
                         Talent Expansion Program



               NSF




            NASA Goddard DELIVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL
7/27/2009 Space Flight Center MATERIALS
Due Date                      Solicitation #   Other links




30-Sep-11                     ONRFOA10-023     Link to FOA 10-023




                                                http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/p
                              ED-GRANTS-012511- kg/FR-2011-01-25/pdf/2011-
ED-GRANTS-012511-002          002               1518.pdf




                              NNC11ZCE009C     http://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/solicitations/summary.do?method=init&



                              DTFH61-11-RA-
21-Feb-11                     00002            http://apply07.grants.gov/apply/opportunities/instructions/oppDTFH61-11-R




29-Apr-11                     NSF 11-526       NSF Publication 11-526


May 13, 2011 Letter of
Intent Due Date(s) (required)
(due by 5 p.m. proposer's
local time): March 11, 2011
Full Proposal Deadline(s): May
13, 2011                       NSF 11-525      NSF Publication 11-525
Mar 23, 2011 Letter of
Intent Due Date(s) (optional)
(due by 5 p.m. proposer's
local time): February 23, 2011
Full Proposal Deadline(s):
March 23, 2011                 NSF 11-517        NSF Publication 11-517




30-Sep-11                   ONRFOA10-023         Link to FOA 10-023
Jan 14, 2011 Full Proposal
Deadline Date: January 14,
2011 For Type 2 and 3
proposals and for TUES
Central Resource Project
proposals. However, TUES
Central Resource Project
proposals for small focused
workshops may be submitted 10-544                NSF Publication 10-544

                                                 Secondary Education, Two-
                                                 Year Postsecondary
                                                 Education, and Agriculture in
                              USDA-NIFA-SAECP-   the K-12 Classroom
18-Jan-11                     003355             Challenge Grants




                              NOAA-SEC-OED-
12-Jan-11                     2011-2002608       N/A see grants.gov


Feb 11, 2011 Submission
Window Date(s) (due by 5
p.m. proposer's local time):
January 17, 2011 - February
11, 2011 Engineering
Education Research Proposal
Window August 22, 2011 -
September 16, 2011
Engineering Education                            NSF Program Desccription
Research Proposal Window     PD-10-1340          10-1340
Oct 03, 2011 Full Proposal
Deadline(s): February 28,
2011 October 03, 2011 First
Monday in October, Annually
Thereafter                  11-509             NSF Publication 11-509




Full Proposal Deadline(s):                     http://www.nsf.gov/publicat
March 11, 2011 March 09,                       ions/pub_summ.jsp?ods_ke
2012                         NSF 10-602        y=nsf10602


9/14/2010

15-Nov-10                    10-586            NSF Publication 10-586


                                               Office of Elementary and
                                               Secondary Education (OESE):
                                               High School Graduation
                                               Initiative CFDA Number
                                               84.360; Notice Inviting
                             ED-GRANTS-061810- Applications for New Awards
28-Jul-10                    002               for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010




30-Sep-11                    ONRFOA10-023      Link to FOA 10-023
Jul 23, 2010 Applications
Available: June 8, 2010.                        Office of Innovation and
Deadline of Notice of Intent                    Improvement (OII): Full Service
to Apply: June 23, 2010. Date                   Community Schools Program
of Pre-Application Meeting:                     CFDA Number 84.215J; Notice
June 17, 2010. Date of Pre-   ED-GRANTS-060810- Inviting Applications for New
Application Meeting:          002               Awards for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010




                                                 Office of Elementary and
                                                 Secondary Education: Impact
                                                 Aid Discretionary Construction
Jul 06, 2010 Applications                        Grant Program CFDA Number
Available: June 4, 2010.                         84.041C; Notice inviting
Deadline for Transmittal of    ED-GRANTS-060410- applications for New Awards
Applications: July 6, 2010.    001               Using Fiscal Year 2009 Funds


                                                 Office of Safe and Drug-Free
Jul 19, 2010 Applications                        Schools; Overview Information;
Available: June 18, 2010.                        Carol M. White Physical
Deadline for Transmittal of    ED-GRANTS-061810- Education Program CFDA
Applications: July 19, 2010.
Jul 28, 2010 Applications      001               84.215F
Available: June 18, 2010.
Deadline for Notice of Intent
to Apply: July 7, 2010. We will
be able to develop a more                         Office of Elementary and
efficient process for reviewing
                                                  Secondary Education (OESE):
grant applications if we have
a better understanding of the
                                                  High School Graduation
number of entities that intend                    Initiative CFDA Number
to apply for funding.                             84.360; Notice Inviting
Therefore, we strongly          ED-GRANTS-061810- Applications for New Awards
encourage each potential        002               for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010


Jan 20, 2011 Letter of Intent
(required) (due by 5 p.m.
proposer's local time):
08/04/2010 Preliminary
Proposal (required) (due by 5
p.m. proposer's local time):
09/07/2010 Full Proposal:
01/20/2011 BY INVITATION
ONLY                          10-569               NSF Publication 10-569
Dec 07, 2010 Preliminary
Proposals: July 22, 2010
except CRPA proposals (which
do not require preliminary
proposals) Full Proposals:
December 07, 2010 except
CRPA proposals (which do not
have deadlines)              10-565        NSF Publication 10-565




19-Jul-10                   NNG10ZNE008C   Announcement Document




                                           http://www.nfwf.org/AM/T
                                           emplate.cfm?Section=charte
                                           r_programs_list&CONTENTI
                                           D=15104&TEMPLATE=/CM/
Monday June 14              N/A            ContentDisplay.cfm




19-Jul-10                   10-561         NSF Publication 10-561
                                                Office of Elementary and
Response Date Jun 30, 2010
                                                Secondary Education: Small,
Applications Available: April                   Rural School Achievement
23, 2010. Deadline for                          Program CFDA Number
Transmittal of Electronic     ED-GRANTS-042310- 84.358A; Notice announcing
Applications: June 30, 2010. 013                application deadline




26-Apr-10                  2010-SI-01          Full Announcement




1-Jun-10                   05-595              NSF Publication 05-595


Nov 18, 2010 Preliminary
Proposal Deadline Date: June
24, 2010 except CRPA
proposals Full Proposal
Deadline Date: November 18,
2010 except CRPA proposals 09-553              NSF Publication 09-553




                           ED-GRANTS-032310-
14-May-10                  003
                                                   American Youth Leadership
28-May-10                      ECA-PE-C-PY-10-41   Program




Jun 01, 2010 Applications
                                                   Race to The Top Fund Phase
Available: April 14, 2010.                     II Applications CFDA
Deadline for Notice of Intent                  84.395A; Notice Inviting
to Apply for Phase 2: May 4, ED-GRANTS-041410- Applications for New Awards
2010.                         001              for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010




8-Jul-10                       10-556              NSF Publication 10-556




May 26, 2010 Letter of
Intent Due Date(s) (optional)
(due by 5 p.m. proposer's
local time): April 24, 2010 Full
Proposal Deadline(s): May 26,
2010                             NSF 10-545        NSF Publication 10-545
                                                  Investing in Innovation Fund:
May 11, 2010 Applications                         Scale Up Grants CFDA
Available: March 12, 2010.                        84.396A; Notice Inviting
Deadline for Notice of Intent                     Applications for New Awards
to Apply: April 1, 2010.                          for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010


                                                  http://nspires.nasaprs.com/
                                                  external/solicitations/summ
                                                  ary.do?method=init&solId={
NOI due Apr 2nd Proposal        NNH10ZDA001N-     A32CA5E9-D401-41BF-8835-
due June 3, 2010                EPOESS            039073515824}&path=open




20-May-10                       NSF 10-541        NSF Publication 10-541



                                                  Office of Innovation and
                                                  Improvement: Magnet Schools
May 03, 2010 Applications                         Assistance Program CFDA
Available: March 8, 2010.                         84.165A; Notice Inviting
Deadline for Notice of Intent   ED-GRANTS-030410- Applications for New Awards
to Apply: April 5, 2010.
Oct 21, 2010 Prelim             001               for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010
Proposal: 04/22/2010,
04/21/2011, 04/19/2012
Strongly recommended,
especially for institutions or
departments that have not
previously submitted to the
ATE program. See solicitation
for info. Full Proposal:
10/21/2010, 10/20/2011,
10/18/2012                     NSF 10-539         NSF Publication 10-539
                                                http://www.nsf.gov/funding
LOI due April 20, 2919                          /pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=50
Proposal June 03, 2010         NSF 09-549       3369




Cooperative Agreement
Notice (CAN)NNL10ZB1011C
will be released in mid-
February, 2010. See the CAN
for NOI and proposal due
dates.                         NNL10ZB1011C

March 23, 2010 – for 2010
nominations
October 06, 2010 – for 2011
nominations
First Wednesday in October,
Annually Thereafter            NSF 10-520

                                                https://www.fbo.gov/index?
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24-Jun-10   005               ov/2010/pdf/2010-2514.pdf
                                                http://www.nsf.gov/publicat
                                                ions/pub_summ.jsp?ods_ke
27-Apr-10                        10-532         y=nsf10532
02/19/2010 see RFP for full      NNH10ZNE004C   https://nspires.nasaprs.com
time line                                       /external/solicitations/sum
                                                mary.do?method=init&solId
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                                                B273E17CB923}&path=open



Letter of intent January 19,     09-506         http://www.nsf.gov/publicat
2010                                            ions/pub_summ.jsp?ods_ke
Feb 12, 2010 February 12,                       y=nsf09506
2010 ITEST April 07, 2010
Innovation through
Institutional Integration (I3)


Mar 08, 2010 Full Proposal       10-512         NSF Publication 10-512
Deadline(s): March 08, 2010
Full Proposals Due October
12, 2011 Full Proposals Due




Mar 23, 2010 Full Proposal       10-520         NSF Publication 10-520
Deadline: March 23, 2010
October 06, 2010 First
Wednesday in October,
Annually Thereafter
8-Mar-10                       10-511             NSF Publication 10-511




Feb 16, 2010 Applications      ED-GRANTS-122109- Excellence in Economic
Available: December 21,        001               Education Program CFDA
2009. Deadline for                               84.215B; Notice Inviting
Transmittal of Applications:                     Applications for New Awards
February 16, 2010.                               for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010
23-Mar-10                      10-516             NSF Publication 10-516




17-Feb-10                      DTFH61-10-RA-
                               00001

12/10/2009                     CNCS-GRANTS-       http://www.nationalservice.gov/fo
                                                  r_organizations/funding/nofa_deta
                               111709-001
                                                  il.asp?tbl_nofa_id=75




Applications Available:       ED-GRANTS-          Race To The Top Fund CFDA
November 18, 2009. Deadline 111809-002            Number 84.395A; Notice
for Notice of Intent to Apply                     Inviting Applications for New
for Phase 1: December 8,                          Awards for Fiscal Year (FY) 2010
2009. Date of Meeting for
Potential Applicants: The
Department intends to hold
two technical assistance
planning workshops. The first
will be in Denver, Colorado,
on December 3, 2009. The
second will be in the
Washington, DC area on
December 10, 2009.
10-Jan-10                    ED-GRANTS-           http://edocket.access.gpo.g
                             111709-002           ov/2009/pdf/E9-27517.pdf




1/20/2010                    NSF 10-502           NSF Publication 10-502




11/12/2009                   NSF 09-601           http://www.nsf.gov/publications/p
                                                  ub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=1366
                                                  7&ods_key=nsf09601




12/31/2009                   W911NF-10-R-0001 Full Announcement




1/15/2010                    USDA-CSREES-SAECP-
                             002584




28-Feb-10                    BAA09-07




Nov 20, 2009 Letter of         NSF09607
Intent Due Dates (required):
October 05, 2009 Full
Proposal Deadlines:
November 20, 2009 Accepted
only if a Letter of Intent was
submitted.
Open Proposal Period         NNH09CAO003O   Click on the following link to see
through December 31, 2014                   the full text of the announcement
                                            for this funding opportunity.

Jan 07, 2010 Preliminary      NSF 09-602    PDF:
Proposal Due Date(s)                        http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2009/nsf
(optional): October 05, 2009                09602/nsf09602.pdf?govDel=USNS
                                            F_25
(due by 5 p.m. proposer's
local time) Full Proposal
Deadline(s): January 07, 2010




12-Nov-09                    NSF 09-601




Dec 31, 2009 Letter of     NSF 08-583       NSF Publication 08-583
Intent: October 31, 2009
October 31, Annually
Thereafter Full Proposal:
December 31, 2009 December
31, Annually Thereafter


Nov 19, 2009 Pre-Proposal 09-553            NSF Publication 09-553
Due Date (required):
06/25/2009 except CRPA
proposals 06/24/2010 except
CRPA proposals Full Proposal
Deadline: 11/19/2009 except
CRPA proposals 11/18/2010
except CRPA proposals


See RFP ongoing response      NSF 08-585    NSF Publication 08-585
dates Nov 12, 2009 Letter of
Intent Due Date(s) (optional)
(due by 5 p.m. proposer's
local time): October 09, 2009
Full Proposal Deadline(s):
November 21, 2008
November 12, 2009
See RFP ongoing response        NSF 07-530           NSF Publication 07-530
dates




See RFP ongoing response        NSF 09-506           NSF Publication 09-506
dates




Full Proposal Target Date:      PD-07-7278
August 3, 2009
Fall Target Date
First Monday in August,
Annually Thereafter
Full Proposal Target Date:
February 1, 2010
Spring Target Date
First Monday in February,
Annually Thereafter
11/10/2009                      ED-GRANTS--091109-
                                001



10/19/2009                      NOAA-NESDIS-
                                NESDISPO-2010-
                                2001903


Full Proposal Deadline(s):      PD-04-1575           NSF Program Desccription 04-1575
Proposals Accepted Anytime
Proposals other than those
for REU sites are accepted at
any time.

                                                  NSF Program Description due dates.
This program accepts proposalsPD-04-1260 during the year and has no fixed04-1260
                               at any time
Oct 15, 2009 Full Proposal NSF 08-597       NSF Publication 08-597
Target Date(s): November 18,
2008 October 15, 2009
October 15, Annually
Thereafter
Nov 17, 2009 Full Proposal 07-598           NSF Publication 07-598
Deadline(s): Third Tuesday in
November, Annually


Sep 29, 2009 Letter of Intent NSF 08-569    NSF Publication 08-569
(optional) August 18, 2009
August 17, 2010 Full Proposal
Deadline(s): September 29,
2009 September 28, 2010

9/25/2009                    NNG09Z130001
Description




The Office of Naval Research (ONR) seeks proposals as provided under the the Federal Register application notice. subsection 2192 (b) of tit
Note: Each funding opportunity description is a synopsis of information in authority set forth in subdivision (1) of For
specific information about eligibility, please see the official application notice. The official version of this document is the
document published in the Federal Register. Free Internet access to the official edition of the Federal Register and the Code
of Federal Regulations is available on GPO Access at: http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/index.html. Please review the official
application notice for pre-application and application requirements, application submission information, performance
measures, priorities and program contact information. Purpose of Program: The purpose of the CSP is to increase national
understanding of the charter school model (1) by expanding the number of high-quality charter schools available to students
across the Nation by providing financial assistance for the planning, program design, and initial implementation of charter
schools, and (2) by evaluating the effects of charter schools, including their effects on students, student academic
achievement, staff, and parents. The Secretary awards grants to State educational agencies (SEAs) on a competitive basis to
enable them to conduct charter school programs in their States. SEAs in turn use their CSP funds to make subgrants to
eligible applicants in their State. These subgrants are used for planning, program design, and initial implementation of a
charter school, and to support the dissemination of information about charter schools, including successful practices
This is a modification to the synopsis entitled 2011 SUMMER OF INNOVATION PROJECT which was posted on 1/6/2011. You
are notified that the following changes are made: The Full Cooperative Agreement Notice has been posted on the NASA
Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and Evaluation System (NSPIRES). A pre-proposal teleconference will be held on
January 27, 2011 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time. So that NASA will be able to cover as much information as possible at
the teleconference prospective offerors are requested to submit any written questions before 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on
January 26, 2011.
The purpose of the Garrett A. Morgan Technology and Transportation Education Program (GAMTTEP) is to improve the
preparation of students, particularly women and minorities, in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
through curriculum development and other activities related to transportation. Local Educational Agencies (LEA) and State
Educational Agencies (SEA) are eligible to apply for these grants. See Section III - Eligibility Information of Request for
Application forproposal must consist ofSEA.
*PI Limit:Each Definitions for LEA and <i>one</i> individual who will serve as the mentor and <i>one</i> individual who will
be mentored. FIRE is open as to whether the mentor is designated as the PI and the mentee as the co-PI, or vice versa, as
allowed by their institutions. Other personnel and co-PIs are allowed, but the role of the mentor should be clearly described.
Investigators may receive an award at any point in their post-graduate careers, whether at a more junior (e.g., immediately
after earning a doctorate) or senior level (e.g., mid-career or later). Both the individual who will act as mentor and the
individual who will be mentored must have obtained their respective doctoral degrees by date of award. FIRE is a strand of
the Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) program (NSF 10-586) and it is anticipated that
FIRE will eventually be incorporated into the REESE solicitation. The FIRE program seeks to facilitate the process by which
scholars can cross disciplinary boundaries to acquire the skills and knowledge that would improve their abilities to conduct
rigorous research on STEM learning and education. The primary goal of the strand is to facilitate the development of
innovative theoretical, methodological, and analytic approaches to understanding complex STEM education issues of
national importance and, by so doing, make progress toward solving them. A secondary goal of the strand is to broaden and
The ITEST program responds to current concerns and projections about the growing demand for science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics (STEM) professionals in the U.S. and seeks solutions to help ensure the breadth and depth of
the STEM workforce. ITEST supports the development, implementation, testing, and scale-up of implementation models. It
also supports research studies to address questions that point to solutions for building a strong, competent STEM workforce.
A variety of possible approaches to supporting the future STEM workforce and to building students' capacity to participate in
that important workforce may be implemented and studied. ITEST projects must include students and may include teachers.
The target audience is kindergarten through high school age, and projects may focus on any content area related to the
STEM workforce.
*Organization Limit: Proposals may only be submitted by the following: - Universities and two- or four-year colleges
(including community colleges) accredited in, and having a campus located in the United States, or consortia of such
institutions, or U.S. nonprofit entities that have established consortia among such institutions of higher education. *PI
Limit:The PI, or at least one Co-PI, must be a faculty member in a mathematics, science, or engineering department.

The Office of Naval Research (ONR) seeks proposals as provided under the authority set forth in subdivision (1) of subsection
2192 (b) of title 10 in support of education programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The ONR
mission of STEM is to: foster an interest in, knowledge of, and study in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
nationwide to ensure an educated and well-prepared workforce, which meets the naval and national competitive needs. In
support of this mission, the following five goals have been identified:&#9679; Inspire the next generation of scientists and
engineers. [Grades K-10]&#9679; Engage students in STEM-related hands-on learning activities using Navy content. [Grades 3-
12]&#9679; Educate students to be well-prepared for employment in STEM disciplines in the Navy or in supporting academic
The Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (TUES) program seeks to
improve the quality of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for all undergraduate students.
This solicitation especially encourages projects that have the potential to transform undergraduate STEM education, for
example, by bringing about widespread adoption of classroom practices that embody understanding of how students learn
most effectively. Thus transferability and dissemination are critical aspects for projects developing instructional materials
and methods and should be considered throughout the project's lifetime.?? More advanced projects should involve efforts
to facilitate adaptation at other sites.The program supports efforts to create, adapt, and disseminate new learning materials
and teaching strategies to reflect advances both in STEM disciplines and in what is known about teaching and learning. It
funds projects that develop faculty expertise, implement educational innovations, assess learning and evaluate innovations,
The Secondary Education, Two-Year Postsecondary Education, and Agriculture in the K-12 Classroom Challenge Grants
(SPECA) program seeks to: (a) promote and strengthen secondary education and two-year postsecondary education in
agriscience and agribusiness in order to help ensure the existence in the United States of a qualified workforce to serve the
food and agricultural sciences system; and (b) promote complementary and synergistic linkages among secondary, two-year
postsecondary, and higher education programs in the food and agricultural sciences in order to advance excellence in
education and encourage more young Americans to pursue and complete a baccalaureate or higher degree in the food and
The goal of sciences.
agricultural this funding opportunity is to support K-12 education projects that advance inquiry-based Earth System Science
learning and stewardship directly tied to the school curriculum, with a particular interest in increasing climate literacy. To
address this goal, this solicitation will support service-learning and professional development projects related to NOAA's
mission in the areas of ocean, coastal, Great Lakes, weather and climate sciences and stewardship. A successful project will
catalyze change in K-12 education at the state, regional and national level through development of new programs and/or
revision of existing programs to improve the environmental literacy of K-12 teachers and their students. A successful project
will also leverage NOAA assets, although use of non- NOAA assets is also encouraged. The target audiences for this funding
opportunity are K-12 students, pre- and in-service teachers, and providers of pre-service teacher education and in-service
teacher professional development. There is a special interest in projects that address reaching groups traditionally
underserved and/or underrepresented in Earth System science. One group that has been identified as underserved is
elementary level teachers and students. This funding opportunity has two priorities, which are equal in their importance for
funding. Priority 1 is for innovative proof-of-concept projects that are one to two years in duration, for a total minimum
The Division of Engineering Education and request of $500,000. Priority world-leading system of engineering education,
request of $200,000 and a total maximum Centers (EEC) seeks to enable2ais for full-scale implementation of educational
equally open and available to all members of society, that dynamically and rapidly adapts to meet the changing needs of
society and the nation's economy. Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to:Increasing our understanding of
how engineering students learn and the capacity that supports such discovery. Fundamental research is encouraged on how
engineering is learned, including engineering epistemologies and identities; and how to evaluate or operationalize aspects of
engineering thinking, doing, and knowing. Understanding how to increase the diffusion and impact of engineering education
research. Research projects are sought that discover how to improve the process by which engineering education research is
translated into practice; how to accomplish organizational and cultural change in institutions of engineering education that
leads to improved learning outcomes; or identifying and overcoming barriers to widespread adoption of engineering
education research. Research projects that partner with other engineering education stakeholders (e.g. private companies,
NGOs, or professional societies) to measure the value and impact of engineering education research on practice are also
sought.Understanding engineering education in broader, organizing frameworks such as innovation, globalization, complex
The Directorate for Engineering (ENG) and the Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE),
Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) in Engineering and Computer Science program supports the active involvement of K-
12 science, technology, engineering, computer and information science, and mathematics (STEM) teachers and community
college faculty in engineering and computer science research in order to bring knowledge of engineering, computer science,
and technological innovation into their classrooms. The goal is to help build long-term collaborative partnerships between K-
12 STEM teachers, community college faculty, and the NSF university research community by involving the teachers and
community college faculty in engineering and computer science research and helping them translate their research
experiences and new knowledge into classroom activities. Partnerships with inner city schools or other high needs schools
are especially encouraged, as is participation by underrepresented minorities, women, and persons with disabilities. This
announcement features two mechanisms for support of in-service and pre-service K-12 STEM teachers and community
college faculty: RET supplements to ongoing ENG or CISE awards and new RET Site awards.Learning in Formal may Informal
TSL combines interests and resources of separate programs in the Division of Research on RET supplements and be
Settings (DRL) to explore the opportunities and challenges implied by innovative visions of the future for STEM learning. The
TSL program invites interdisciplinary teams of STEM content specialists, experts in relevant technologies, STEM formal and
informal education specialists, researchers with expertise in the learning sciences, and specialists in education research and
evaluation methods to submit proposals for research projects that (1) Study efficacy of existing prototypes for innovations
like virtual schools, special STEM schools, and educational programs that combine opportunities of formal and informal
learning resources in their communities; or (2) Design and conduct exploratory development of new potentially
transformative models for STEM learning environments.
 The cross-cutting proposals will draw from work in the four primary DRL programs: Discovery Research K-12 (DR K-12),
Informal Science Education (ISE), Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE), and Innovative
Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST).?? However, proposals submitted in response to this solicitation
must have a scope that extends well beyond any of those programs individually.




The Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) program seeks to advance research at the frontiers of STE




Note: Each funding opportunity description is a synopsis of information in the Federal Register application notice. For specific informati




The Office of Naval Research (ONR) seeks proposals as provided under the authority set forth in subdivision (1) of subsection 2192 (b) of tit
Purpose of Program: The Fund for the Improvement of Education (FIE), which is authorized by section 5411 of the
Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended (ESEA), supports nationally significant programs to improve
the quality of elementary and secondary education at the State and local levels and help all children meet challenging
academic content and academic achievement standards. The Full-Service Community Schools (FSCS) program, which is
funded under FIE, encourages coordination of academic, social, and health services through partnerships between (1) Public
elementary and secondary schools; (2) the schools' local educational agencies (LEAs); and (3) community-based
organizations, nonprofit organizations, and other public or private entities. The purpose of this collaboration is to provide
comprehensive academic, social, and health services for students, students' family members, and community members that
will result in improved educational outcomes for children. The Full-Service Community Schools program is a ``place-based''
program (see http:// www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/memoranda_fy2009/m09-28.pdf) that can leverage investments by
focusing resources in targeted places, drawing on the compounding effects of well-coordinated actions. Place-based
Purpose of Program: The Impact Aid Discretionary Construction Grant program provides grants for emergency repairs and
modernization of school facilities to certain eligible local educational agencies (LEAs) that receive formula Impact Aid funds.
Priority: In this notice, the Secretary is soliciting applications only for Priority 1 emergency repair grants. We will not accept
applications for Priority 2 emergency repair or modernization grants at this time. In accordance with 34 CFR 75.105(b)(2)(ii)
and (iv), this priority is from section 8007(b)(2)(A) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended (Act)
(20 U.S.C. 7707(b)), and the regulations for this program in 34 CFR 222.177. Absolute Priority: For this competition using FY
2009 funds, this is an absolute priority. Under 34 CFR 75.105(c)(3) we consider only applications that meet this priority. This
priority is: Priority 1 emergency repair grants. An LEA is eligible to apply for an emergency grant under the first priority of
section 8007(b) of the Act if it-- (a) Is eligible to receive formula construction funds for fiscal year 2009 under section 8007(a)
of the Act (20 U.S.C. 7707(a)); (b)(1) Has no practical capacity to issue bonds; (2) Has minimal capacity to issue bonds and has
used at least 75 percent of its bond limit; or (3) Is eligible to receive funds for fiscal year 2009 for heavily impacted districts

Purpose of Program: The Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP) provides grants to local educational agencies
(LEAs) and community-based organizations (CBOs) to initiate, expand, and improve physical education for students in grades
K-12. Grant recipients must implement programs that help students make progress toward meeting State standards.
Applications for grants under the Carol M. White Physical Education Program--CFDA Number 84.215F must be submitted
electronically using e- Application, accessible through the Department's e-Grants Web site at: http://e-grants.ed.gov. The
telephone number for the e-Applications Helpdesk is 1-888-336-8930.




Purpose of Program: The High School Graduation Initiative (formerly known as the School Dropout Prevention (SDP)
program) awards grants to local educational agencies (LEAs) and State educational agencies (SEAs) to support the
implementation of effective, sustainable, and coordinated dropout prevention and reentry programs in schools that serve
students in grades 6 through 12 and that have event dropout rates that are above the State average event dropout rate or
are middle schools that feed students into such schools.




The STEP Centers competition allows a group of faculty representing a cross section of institutions of higher education to
identify a national challenge or opportunity in undergraduate education in science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics (STEM) and to propose a comprehensive and coordinated set of activities that will be carried out to address
that challenge or opportunity within a national context. In the current competition, efforts must be related to the biological
sciences, engineering, or the geological sciences.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is charged with promoting the vitality of the nation's science, technology, engineering
and mathematics (STEM) research and education enterprises. As part of this mission, the Directorate for Education and
Human Resources (EHR) has primary responsibility for providing national and research-based leadership in STEM education.
EH Reemphasizes six themes in fulfilling this responsibility:
1. Furthering public understanding of science and advancing STEM literacy;
2. Broadening participation to improve workforce development;
3. Promoting learning through research and evaluation;
4. Promoting cyberlearning strategies to enhance STEM education;
5. Enriching the education of STEM teachers; and
6. Preparing scientists and engineers for tomorrow.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Office of Education is releasing this NASA Cooperative
Agreements Notice (CAN) for proposals. The K-12 CAN effort seeks proposals that incorporate innovative approaches for
development and delivery of instructional materials and experiences that capture the interest of learners and actively
involve them in relevant, NASA STEM-themed content applications. The instructional materials and experiences should
support secondary level teaching and learning, with a particular emphasis on high school education. Each funded proposal is
expected to leverage NASA’s unique contributions in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to inspire
young people to consider the importance of developing a possible interest in NASA–related careers, and/or to enhance
students’ academic experiences and/or to improve educators’ abilities to engage and stimulate their students. • Develop,
promote, or utilize new, innovative, and replicable approaches to improving STEM learning and instruction; especially
related to gender differences and low performing schools; • Provide experiences and activities with measurable learning
outcomes that are grounded in education research or utilize STEM supported evidence, approaches, techniques, and/or
2010 Theme - Climate Change and Citizen Science. This year, grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded on a competitive basis
to support education projects focused on the causes and effects of climate change on refuges and build citizen science
partnership programs.
Grants are used for:
• Build programs focused on climate change education for visitors, teachers and students;
• Introduce a process to enhance critical thinking skills and better prepare students as future community leaders;
• Create long-lasting relationships among teachers, local businesses, community leaders and refuge personnel; and
• Develop and nurture a strong sense of stewardship by building community-based citizen science programs and using
refuges as outdoor classrooms.
The Instrumentation and Facilities Program in the Division of Earth Sciences (EAR/IF) supports meritorious requests for
infrastructure that promotes research and education in areas supported by the Division (see
http://www.nsf.gov/div/index.jsp?div=EAR). EAR/IF will consider proposals for:1) Acquisition or Upgrade of Research
Equipment that will advance laboratory and field investigations, and student research training opportunities in the Earth
sciences. The maximum request is $750,000. The maximum request for upgrade of research group computing facilities is
$75,000;2) Development of New Instrumentation, Analytical Techniques or Software that will extend current research and
research training capabilities in the Earth sciences. The maximum request is $750,000;3) Support of National or Regional
Multi-User Facilities that will make complex and expensive instruments or systems of instruments broadly available to the
Earth sciences research and student communities;4) Support for Early Career Investigators to facilitate expedient operation
of new research infrastructure proposed by the next generation of leaders in the Earth Sciences. This opportunity allows for
submission of a proposal for Acquisition or Upgrade of Research Equipment that includes budget line items associated with
support of a new full-time technician who will be dedicated to manage the instrument(s) being requested. Any request for
technical support under this opportunity is limited to three years duration and a declining schedule of maximum annual
Note: Each funding opportunity description is a synopsis of information in the Federal Register application notice. For
specific information about eligibility, please see the official application notice. The official version of this document is the
document published in the Federal Register. Free Internet access to the official edition of the Federal Register and the Code
of Federal Regulations is available on GPO Access at: http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/index.html. Please review the official
application notice for pre-application and application requirements, application submission information, performance
measures, priorities and program contact information. Under the Small, Rural School Achievement (SRSA) Program, the U.S.
Department of Education (Department) awards grants on a formula basis to eligible local educational agencies (LEAs) to
address the unique needs of rural school districts. In this notice, we establish the deadline for submission of fiscal year (FY)
2010 SRSA grant applications. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 84.358A. An eligible LEA that is
required to submit an application to receive FY 2010 SRSA funds (in other words, an LEA that did not submit an application in
a prior year, or was identified in a prior year as needing to re-apply because of the absence of drawdown activity) districts or
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is soliciting applications from qualified public school must
accredited private educational institutions that are teaching students in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and
Mathematics (STEM) at the middle school level (Grades 6-8). Such schools may offer instruction in general science fields
including earth science, physical science, chemistry, physics, and/or biology. NIST will award funding that will support the
attendance of middle school teachers in the NIST Summer Institute for Middle School Science Teachers (NIST SI), to be
held July 6-19, 2010 to be held at the NIST Gaithersburg, Maryland, campus. The aim of the NIST SI is to increase teachers’
understanding of the subjects they teach, provide materials and resources to implement what they have learned at NIST
in the classroom, enhance their enthusiasm for science, and provide them the opportunity to develop an on-going
network with the scientists and engineers at NIST, who would be available for consultation even after the NIST SI has
ended. The NIST Summer Institute is a hands-on workshop where middle school science teachers are able to take
advantage of resources from the nation’s standards and measurement laboratory, the National Institute of Standards and
Technology. The workshop will provide teachers with instructional materials and ideas to use in their teaching, and will
emphasize the measurement science done at NIST. The aim is to take a selection of the cutting-edge research at NIST and

The long-range goal of the EMSW21 program is to increase the number of well-prepared U.S. citizens, nationals, and
permanent residents who pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and in other NSF-supported disciplines. EMSW21
tries to do this with three separate components: The Vertical Integration of Research and Education (VIGRE) program
supports activities that involve the entire department and span the entire spectrum of educational levels from
undergraduates through postdoctoral associates; Research Training Groups (RTG) support the training activities of a
group of faculty who have a common research interest; Mentoring through Critical Transition Points (MCTP) involves a
larger group of faculty but focuses on specified stages in the professional development of the trainees.


The ISE program invests in projects that promote lifelong learning of STEM in a wide variety of informal settings. Funding
is provided for projects that advance understanding of informal STEM learning, that develop and implement innovative
strategies and resources for informal STEM education, and that build the national professional capacity for research,
development, and practice in the field.There are five categories of ISE program grants: Research; Pathways; Full-Scale
Development; Broad Implementation; and Communicating Research to Public Audiences.
Note: Each funding opportunity description is a synopsis of information in the Federal Register application notice. For
specific information about eligibility, please see the official application notice. The official version of this document is the
document published in the Federal Register. Free Internet access to the official edition of the Federal Register and the
Code of Federal Regulations is available on GPO Access at: http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/index.html. Please review
the official application notice for pre-application and application requirements, application submission information,
performance measures, priorities and program contact information. Purpose of Program: The purpose of the CSP is to
increase national understanding of the charter school model and to expand the number of high-quality charter schools
available to students across the Nation by providing financial assistance for the planning, program design, and initial
implementation of charter schools, and to evaluate the effects of charter schools, including their effects on students,
student academic achievement, staff, and parents. Section 5205 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965,
(ESEA) (20 U.S.C. 7221d), authorizes the Secretary to award grants under the CSP to carry out national activities. For FY
2010, the Department is holding a grant competition for national activities projects listed in section 5205(a) of the ESEA.
The Office of Citizen Exchanges, Youth Programs Division, of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs announces an
open competition for the American Youth Leadership Program. Public and private non-profit organizations meeting the
provisions described in Internal Revenue Code section 26 USC 501(c)(3) may submit proposals to implement a short-term
exchange program for American high school students and educators that will enable the participants to gain firsthand
knowledge of foreign cultures and to collaborate on solving global issues. Applicant organizations will recruit and select
youth and adult participants from the United States and provide them with a three- to four-week exchange program
abroad focused on dialogue and debate, leadership development, and community service. Upon returning home, the
students will apply what they have learned to serve their schools and communities.
Note: Each funding opportunity description is a synopsis of information in the Federal Register application notice. For
specific information about eligibility, please see the official application notice. The official version of this document is the
document published in the Federal Register. Free Internet access to the official edition of the Federal Register and the
Code of Federal Regulations is available on GPO Access at: http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/index.html. Please review
the official application notice for pre-application and application requirements, application submission information,
performance measures, priorities and program contact information. Purpose of Program: The purpose of the Race to the
Top Fund, a competitive grant program authorized under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), is
to encourage and reward States that are creating the conditions for education innovation and reform; achieving
significant improvement in student outcomes, including making substantial gains in student achievement, closing
achievement gaps, improving high school graduation rates, and ensuring student preparation for success in college and
careers; and implementing ambitious plans in four core education reform areas: (a) Adopting internationally-
The Math and Science Partnership (MSP) program is a major research and development effort that supports innovative
partnerships to improve K-12 student achievement in mathematics and science. MSP projects are expected to raise the
achievement levels of all students and significantly reduce achievement gaps in the mathematics and science
performance of diverse student populations. In order to improve the mathematics and science achievement of the
Nation's students, MSP projects contribute to what is known in mathematics and science education and serve as models
that have a sufficiently strong evidence/research base to improve the mathematics and science education outcomes for
all students. NSF's MSP program coordinates its effort with programs of the U.S. Department of Education in the
expectation that effective innovations in mathematics and science education will be disseminated into wider practice.
Through this solicitation, NSF seeks to support five types of awards: Targeted Partnerships focus on studying and solving
teaching and learning issues within a specific grade range or at a critical juncture in education, and/or within a specific
disciplinary focus in mathematics or the sciences;of learning environments and resources for for the 21st Century focus on
This program aims to establish a national network Institute Partnerships - Teacher Institutes science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education at all levels. The program has four tracks: Pathways projects are expected
to provide stewardship for the content and services needed by major communities of learners; Pathways II projects are
expected to move beyond the major stewardship goals and use Stage II support to ensure the expansion and stability of an
original Pathways effort; Services projects are expected to develop services that support users and resource collection
providers by enhancing the impact, efficiency, and value of the NSDL network; and Targeted Research will focus on
investigating the educational impact of networked digital resources. The existing NSDL Resource Center will provide
collaboration assistance across all projects; undertake strategic partnership development on behalf of projects particularly
with respect to non-academic entities; coordinate and, in some cases, perform thematic research and evaluation studies
related to the program; synthesize findings across the portfolio; and disseminate findings of the accomplishments of the
NSDL program. The NSDL Technical Network Services project operates NSDL's infrastructure and NSDL.org; provides technical
support for NSDL tools, services, and collections management; supports Pathways and other NSDL projects in contributing
resources and collections to NSDL; and engages the NSDL community in identifying priorities for services developments. In
FY2010, the program will accept proposals for large grants in 1) the Pathways track, 2) Pathways - II, 3) specific sub-tracks of
Services, and 4) Targeted Research. In all tracks, the program will also accept proposals for small grants that extend or
enhance results from existing services, collections, or targeted research activity to enlarge the user audience for the NSDL
network or improve capabilities for the user. Technology-intensive projects that explore specific topics that have immediate
applicability to collections, services, and other aspects of the development of the NSDL network should seek small grant
support under the Services section of the program. In addition the program particularly encourages proposals for small
grants from institutions and organizations new to NSDL that look to establish partnerships with existing Pathways project
activities.
Purpose of Program: The Investing in Innovation Fund, established under section 14007 of the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), provides funding to support (1) local educational agencies (LEAs), and (2) nonprofit
organizations in partnership with (a) one or more LEAs or (b) a consortium of schools. The purpose of this program is to
provide competitive grants to applicants with a record of improving student achievement and attainment in order to expand
the implementation of, and investment in, innovative practices that are demonstrated to have an impact on improving
student achievement or student growth (as defined in this notice), closing achievement gaps, decreasing dropout rates,
increasing high school graduation rates, or increasing college enrollment and completion rates. These grants will (1) allow
eligible entities to expand and develop innovative practices that can serve as models of best practices, (2) allow eligible
entities to work in partnership with the private sector and the philanthropic community, and (3) support eligible entities in
identifying and documenting best practices that can be shared and taken to scale based on demonstrated success.


These Opportunities in Education and Public Outreach for Earth and Space Science (EPOESS) solicitation is for project
activities utilizing SMD content supporting NASA education and public outreach (E/PO) objectives. It solicits proposals that
address substantial and substantive educational or outreach needs or problems and offer solutions of significant impact.
Project activities are expected to be relevant to NASA SMD Education and Outreach portfolio. This relevance should be
clearly demonstrated in the proposal. This program element is expected to issue additional solicitations approximately every
12-24 months.


FIRE is a new strand of the Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) program (NSF 09-601)
and it is anticipated that after this first competition, FIRE will be incorporated into the REESE solicitation. The FIRE program
seeks to facilitate the process by which scholars can cross disciplinary boundaries to acquire the skills and knowledge that
would improve their abilities to conduct rigorous research on STEM learning and education. The primary goal of the strand is
to facilitate the development of innovative theoretical, methodological, and analytic approaches to understanding complex
STEM education issues of national importance and, by so doing, make progress toward solving them. A secondary goal of the
strand is to broaden and deepen the pool of investigators engaged in STEM educational research. In order to address this
goal, investigators must pair with a mentoring scientist in a to-be-learned field of interest. Proposals therefore have both a
research and a professional development component. Investigators may apply at any point in their post-graduate careers.

Purpose of Program: The Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) provides grants to eligible local educational agencies
(LEAs) and consortia of LEAs to support magnet schools that are part of an approved desegregation plan. Through the
implementation of magnet schools, these program resources can be used in pursuit of the objectives of the Elementary and
Secondary Education Act (ESEA), which supports State and local efforts to enable all elementary and secondary students to
achieve to high standards and holds schools, LEAs, and States accountable for ensuring that their students do so. In
particular, the MSAP provides an opportunity for eligible entities to focus on expanding their capacity to provide public
school choice to students who attend schools identified for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring under Title I,
Part A of the ESEA.



With an emphasis on two-year colleges, the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program focuses on the education of
technicians for the high-technology fields that drive our nation's economy. The program involves partnerships between
academic institutions and employers to promote improvement in the education of science and engineering technicians at
the undergraduate and secondary school levels. The ATE program supports curriculum development; professional
development of college faculty and secondary school teachers; career pathways to two-year colleges from secondary schools
and from two-year colleges to four-year institutions; and other activities. Another goal is articulation between two-year and
four-year programs for K-12 prospective teachers that focus on technological education. The program also invites proposals
focusing on research to advance the knowledge base related to technician education.
This program provides funding for graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
(STEM) disciplines to bring their leading research practice and findings into K-12 learning settings. Through collaborations
with other graduate fellows and faculty from STEM disciplines, teachers and students in K-12 environments, and community
partners, graduate students can gain a deeper understanding of their own research and place it within a societal and global
context. The GK-12 program provides an opportunity for graduate students to acquire value-added skills, such as
communicating STEM subjects to technical and non-technical audiences, leadership, team building, and teaching while
enriching STEM learning and instruction in K-12 settings. This unique experience will add value to the training of U.S.
graduate students and will energize and prepare the students for a broad range of STEM careers in a competitive globalized
marketplace. Furthermore, the GK-12 program provides institutions of higher education with an opportunity to transform
the conventional graduate education by infusing and sustaining GK-12 like activities in their graduate programs.
Expected outcomes include:
1) For graduate fellows: Enhanced understanding of their own research subject area, and its societal and global contexts;
improved communication skills of STEM subjects with technical and non-technical audiences, leadership, team building, and
teaching capabilities.
2) For K-12 education: Professional development opportunities for teachers in both STEM content and pedagogy; and
enhanced learning and STEM career interest for students.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Langley Research Center (LaRC) is releasing a Cooperative
Agreement Notice (CAN) soliciting proposals for "Global Climate Change Education (GCCE): Research Experiences, Modeling
and Data". The objective of the effort is to extend the results of NASA’s Earth Science Program to the education community
by sponsoring unique and stimulating opportunities for global climate and Earth system science education. GCCE is designed
to improve the quality of the Nation’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education and enhance
students’ and teachers’ literacy about global climate and Earth system change from elementary grades to life-long learners.
Each funded proposal is expected to make use of NASA’s unique contributions in climate science to enhance learners'
academic experiences and/or to improve educators’ abilities to engage their students. The GCCE project will consider
proposals in the following two funding categories: (1) Funding Category R: Global Climate Change Science Research
Experiences for Undergraduate or Community College Students and Pre- or In-Service Teachers including those in
nontraditional teacher licensure programs; (2) Funding Category D/M: Using NASA Earth system data, interactive models



The PAESMEM Program seeks to identify outstanding mentoring efforts that enhance the participation of groups (i.e.,
women, minorities, and persons with disabilities) that are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics. The awardees serve as leaders in the national effort to develop fully the Nation's human resources in science,
technology, engineering, and mathematics.

The goal of the CS-STEM Education project is to develop a well-educated population of college-level graduates in computer
science, science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics. This may be accomplished by various means; however,
proposals are expected to describe the model to be used, which must include two basic elements: Student Activities and
Organizational Structure. Offerors must create compelling activities, requiring STEM, that are targeted to middle (grades 7, 8)
and high school (grades 9, 10, 11, 12) students. In order to determine whether the proposed efforts can meet the project’s
goal, metrics will include this U.S. Army Research Office and sustainability of a viable CS-STEM Education project.
Purpose: The purpose of continuity, national presence, (ARO) Youth Science (YS) Cooperative
Outreach Agreement (COA) is to solicit offers to carry out the public purpose of support and stimulation of science,
technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education and outreach in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Defense and
the U.S. Department of the Army. The Army envisions the YS COA will bring together government and a consortium of
organizations working collaboratively to further STEM education and outreach efforts nationwide. The YS COA envisions a
collaborative STEM education and outreach program that will focus upon a set of core objectives:
• Increase the number of STEM graduates to address the projected shortfall of scientists and engineers in National and DoD
positions
• Expand the involvement of students in ongoing DoD research
• Provide STEM educational opportunities for students at all stages of their K-12, undergraduate, graduate, and post-
graduate education
• Entice students into college-level Department of Defense (DoD) programs
• Inform students about military or civil service career opportunities in STEM
Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for
grants to support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education
Sciences Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in
expanding fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary
and adult education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide
parents, educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about
education practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all
students. In carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of
demonstrated national need.
Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for
grants to support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education
Sciences Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in
expanding fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary
and adult education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide
parents, educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about
education practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all
students. In carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of
demonstrated national need.
Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for
grants to support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education
Sciences Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in
expanding fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary
and adult education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide
parents, educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about
education practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all
students. In carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of
demonstrated national need.
Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for
grants to support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education
Sciences Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in
expanding fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary
and adult education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide
parents, educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about
education practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all
students. In carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of
demonstrated national need.
Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for
grants to support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education
Sciences Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in
expanding fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary
and adult education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide
parents, educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about
education practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all
students. In carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of
demonstrated national need.
The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for grants to
support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education Sciences
Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in expanding
fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary and adult
education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide parents,
educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about education
practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all students. In
carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of demonstrated national
need.
Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for
grants to support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education
Sciences Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in
expanding fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary
and adult education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide
parents, educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about
education practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all
students. In carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of
demonstrated national need.




Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute’s FY
2011 competitions for grants to support education research and special education research.


The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide parents, educators, students, researchers,
policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about education practices that support learning and
improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all students. In carrying out its grant programs,
the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of demonstrated national need. Applications for grants
under the Education Research, Education Research Training, Education Research and Development Centers, Research on
Statistical and Research Methodology in Education, and Evaluation of State and Local Education Programs and Policies
competitions,


The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide parents, educators, students, researchers,
policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about education practices that support learning and
improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all students. In carrying out its grant programs,
the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of demonstrated national need. Applications for grants
under the Education Research, Education Research Training, Education Research and Development Centers, Research on
Statistical and Research Methodology in Education, and Evaluation of State and Local Education Programs and Policies
competitions
Summary: The Director of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) announces the Institute's FY 2011 competitions for
grants to support education research and special education research. The Director takes this action under the Education
Sciences Reform Act of 2002, title I of Public Law 107-279. The intent of these grants is to provide national leadership in
expanding fundamental knowledge and understanding of education from early childhood education through postsecondary
and adult education. Purpose of Program: The central purpose of the Institute's research grant programs is to provide
parents, educators, students, researchers, policymakers, and the general public with reliable and valid information about
education practices that support learning and improve academic achievement and access to education opportunities for all
students. In carrying out its grant programs, the Institute provides support for programs of research in areas of
demonstrated national need.
The CI-TEAM program supports projects that position the national science and engineering community to engage in
integrated research and education activities promoting, leveraging and utilizing cyberinfrastructure systems, tools and
services.CI-TEAM awards will:* Prepare current and future generations of scientists, engineers, and educators to design and
develop as well as adopt and deploy, cyber-based tools and environments for research and learning, both formal and
informal.* Expand and enhance participation in cyberinfrastructure science and engineering activities of diverse groups of
people and organizations, with particular emphasis on the inclusion of traditionally underrepresented individuals,
institutions especially Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), and
communities as both creators and users of cyberinfrastructure.This solicitation seeks three types of project proposals, all
aimed at the preparation of a diverse, cyberinfrastructure-savvy science and engineering workforce.
Summer of Innovation is a five (5)-week STEM summer learning program that will launch and culminate in a national event.
The objectives of the Summer of Innovation will be accomplished by the strategic infusion of NASA content and products into
existing, evidence-based summer learning programs at the state level. Additionally, the program will involve design
competitions and flagship events open to students and teachers nationwide. NASA will use the Summer of Innovation as a
catalyst to expand, align, and strengthen existing state-based networks. Summer of Innovation’s support will align with the
common core standards movement and connect to schools and others to maximize learning and development outcomes
with the goal of keeping students on pathways to learning and life success. This strategy will ensure a more powerful and
equitable strategy to maximize the chances that all children will have the range of learning opportunities they need to meet
high academic standards and to succeed not only in school but in the 21st century global economy and society.
The ITEST program responds to current concerns and projections about the growing demand for professionals and
information technology workers in the U.S. and seeks solutions to help ensure the breadth and depth of the STEM
workforce.




The Geoscience Education (GeoEd) Program is part of a portfolio of programs within the Directorate for Geosciences (GEO)
that seeks to increase public understanding of Earth system science and foster recruitment, training and retention of a
diverse and skilled geoscience workforce for the future. The program achieves these goals by supporting innovative or
transformative projects that improve the quality and effectiveness of formal and informal geoscience education at all
educational levels, increase the number of students pursuing geoscience education and career paths, broaden participation
of traditionally underrepresented groups in the geosciences, and promote public engagement in Earth system science. In FY
2010 and FY 2012, the GeoEd program invites proposals in four main areas: advancing public Earth system science literacy,
particularly through strengthening geoscience education in grades K-14 and informal education settings; fostering
development and training of the diverse scientific and technical workforce required for 21st century geoscience careers;
utilizing modern technologies to facilitate and increase access to geoscience education and/or develop innovative
approaches for Program seeks to researchoutstanding mentoring educational purposes; and, establishing regional (i.e.,
The PAESMEM using geoscience identify activities and data for efforts that enhance the participation of groups networks
women, minorities, and persons with disabilities) that are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics. The awardees serve as leaders in the national effort to develop fully the Nation's human resources in science,
technology, engineering, and mathematics.
This opportunity covers undergraduate students.
The goal of the program in Proactive Recruitment in Introductory Science and Mathematics is to strengthen the nation's
scientific competitiveness by increasing the numbers of well-prepared, successful U.S. undergraduate majors and minors in
science and mathematics. The program will fund innovative, potentially transformational partnerships between the
mathematical sciences and other science or engineering disciplines that widen the cross section of the mathematical
sciences to which freshman and sophomore students are exposed and that provide these students increased opportunities
for research experiences involving the mathematical sciences.


Any national nonprofit educational organization that has as its primary purpose the improvement of the quality of student
understanding of personal finance and economics through effective teaching of economics in grades kindergarten through
grade 12 in the Nation's classrooms. Applicants are required to submit evidence of their organization's eligibility.



The Research on Gender in Science and Engineering program supports efforts to understand and address gender-based
differences in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and workforce participation through
research, the diffusion of research-based innovations, and extension services in education that will lead to a larger and more
diverse domestic science and engineering workforce. Typical projects will contribute to the knowledge base addressing
gender-related differences in learning and in the educational experiences that affect student interest, performance, and
choice of careers; how pedagogical approaches and teaching styles, curriculum, student services, and institutional culture
contribute to causing or closing gender gaps that persist in certain fields. Projects will communicate and apply findings,
evaluation results, and proven good practices and products to a wider community
The purpose of the Garrett A. Morgan Technology and Transportation Education Program (GAMTTEP) is to improve the
preparation of students, particularly women and minorities, in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
through curriculum development and other activities related to transportation.
Eligible applicants include State Education Agencies, State Commissions, US Territories, Indian tribes, institutions of higher
education, public or private nonprofit organizations (including faith-based organizations), public or private elementary or
secondary schools, local educational agencies, or a consortium of such entities. Grantees must have experience managing a
summer youth program that accommodates at least 100 youth at a time, and must have access to existing infrastructure to
support recruitment, enrollment, training and supervision for the youth, and tracking of volunteer hours Summer of Service
grants will support collaborative efforts to implement community-based service-learning projects during the summer
months. Programs will engage middle school students (students who will be enrolled in grades 6 through 9 in the school year
following the end of the summer) in community-based service-learning projects that are intensive, structured, supervised,
and designed to produce identifiable improvements to the community. This opportunity should provide youth, particularly
those from disadvantaged circumstances, with service-learning experiences that will motivate them to become more civically
Purpose and aspire to obtain higher the Race to the Top participants must complete at least 100 hours under the American
engaged of Program: The purpose of education. Program Fund, a competitive grant program authorized of service within the
Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), is to encourage and reward States that are creating the conditions for
education innovation and reform; achieving significant improvement in student outcomes, including making substantial gains
in student achievement, closing achievement gaps, improving high school graduation rates, and ensuring student
preparation for success in college and careers; and implementing ambitious plans in four core education reform areas: (a)
Adopting internationally-benchmarked standards and assessments that prepare students for success in college and the
workplace; (b) Building data systems that measure student success and inform teachers and principals in how they can
improve their practices; (c) Increasing teacher effectiveness and achieving equity in teacher distribution; and (d) Turning
around our lowest-achieving schools. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 84.395A.
Under the SFSF program, authorized in Title XIV of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), Public Law
No. 111-5, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) is awarding Education Stabilization funds in two phases. In Phase
I, the Department awarded each State a portion of its SFSF Education Stabilization funds on the basis of the information
included in its Application for Initial Funding. The Department is awarding the remainder of each State's allocation based on
the information that the State will provide in its Phase II application. In this notice, we establish the deadline for submission
of the Phase II SFSF applications.
The Innovations in Engineering Education, Curriculum, and Infrastructure (IEECI) program supports research which addresses
three aspects of engineering education: (1) how students best learn the ideas, principles, and practices to become creative
and innovative engineers, and how this learning is measured
(2) how to more effectively translate successes in engineering education research into widespread practice with
consideration of curriculum, student learning, innovation models, and cyber-learning technology, and
(3) implementation of programs for students supported by the GI Bill.




DGE seeks proposals that have the potential to strengthen research on graduate education in science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics (STEM). As examples, we encourage proposals that can contribute to our knowledge about
how to successfully broaden participation in graduate-level education programs and proposals that investigate the
effectiveness of new trends and challenges in graduate STEM education. Successful proposals will demonstrate expertise in
both the disciplines being studied and research methodology. In principle this can be achieved by selecting a team of co-PIs
that bridge knowledge of STEM disciplines with expertise in education research or social science research methods.

This competition is open to existing single-investigator grant recipients. Such grants must have been awarded under an Army
Research Office Broad Agency Announcement and must have at least 12 months’ period of performance remaining from the
date of HSAP proposal submission. The Army Research Office intends to conduct a pilot youth science program, the High
School Apprenticeship Program, that will fund the science, technology, engineering, or math apprenticeship of promising
high school juniors and seniors to work in a university structured research environment under the direction of existing ARO-
sponsored principal investigators serving as mentors.
Applications may be submitted by eligible public secondary schools, public or private, nonprofit junior or community
colleges, and nonprofit organizations. IMPORTANT! See RFA for specific eligibility requirements. Applications may be
submitted by eligible public secondary schools, public or private, nonprofit junior or community colleges, and nonprofit
organizations. IMPORTANT! See RFA for specific eligibility requirements. The Secondary Education, Two-Year Postsecondary
Education, and Agriculture in the K-12 Classroom Challenge Grants (SPECA) program seeks to: (a) promote and strengthen
secondary education and two-year postsecondary education in agriscience and agribusiness in order to help ensure the
existence in the United States of a qualified workforce to serve the food and agricultural sciences system; and (b) promote
complementary and synergistic linkages among secondary, two-year postsecondary, and higher education programs in the
food and agricultural sciences in order to advance excellence in education and encourage more young Americans to pursue
full description of eligibility at https://baa.st.dhs.gov or http://www.fbo.gov.
FBO link
https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=87435decd84f74eacb6259b22a2ce09a&tab=core&_cview=0&cc
k=1&au=&ck
S&T is soliciting individuals or teams to research, create, develop, deploy and evaluate innovative educational tools,
approaches and resources to educate and inspire the next generation homeland security workforce. It covers elementary
school to post doctoral programs, and includes ongoing professional development of the National Homeland Security
workforce.


The Science Master's Program prepares graduate students for careers in business, industry, nonprofitorganizations, and
government agencies by providing them not only with a strong foundation in science, technology, engineering and
mathematics (STEM) disciplines, but also with research experiences, internship experiences, and the skills to succeed in those
careers. The program is intended to catalyze the creation of institution-based efforts that can be sustained without
additional federal funding. This program is also intended to encourage diversity in student participation so as to contribute
to a broadly inclusive, well-trained science and engineering workforce.
STEM EDUCATION is included in this opportunity
The Discovery Research K-12 (DR K-12) program seeks to enable significant advances in preK-12 student and teacher learning
of the STEM disciplines through development, study, and implementation of resources, models, and technologies for use by
students, teachers, and policymakers. Projects funded under this solicitation begin with a research question or a hypothesis
about how to improve preK-12 STEM learning and teaching. Projects create or adapt and study innovative resources, models,
or technologies and determine how and why implementation affects STEM learning. DR K-12 invites proposals that meet a
variety of educational needs, from those that address immediate and pressing challenges facing preK-12 STEM education to
those that anticipate opportunities for the future. DR K-12 especially encourages proposals that challenge existing
assumptions about learning and teaching within or across STEM fields, envision needs of learners in 10-15 years, and
consider new and innovative ways to educate students and teachers.

Expected # of Awards: 50 The Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) program seeks to
advance research at the frontiers of STEM learning, education, and evaluation, and to provide the foundational knowledge
necessary to improve STEM teaching and learning at all educational levels and in all settings. This solicitation calls for four
types of proposals—Pathways, Knowledge Diffusion, Empirical Research, and Large Empirical Research.
The goals of the REESE program are: (1) to catalyze discovery and innovation at the frontiers of STEM learning, education,
and evaluation; (2) to stimulate the field to produce high quality and robust research results through the progress of theory,
method, and human resources; and (3) to coordinate and transform advances in education, learning research, and
evaluation.

The goals of the Partnerships for Innovation Program are to: 1) stimulate the transformation of knowledge created by the
research and education enterprise into innovations that create new wealth; build strong local, regional and national
economies; and improve the national well-being; 2) broaden the participation of all types of academic institutions and all
citizens in activities to meet the diverse workforce needs of the national innovation enterprise; and 3) catalyze or enhance
enabling infrastructure that is necessary to foster and sustain innovation in the long-term. To develop a set of ideas for
pursuing these goals, this competition will support 12-15 promising partnerships among academe, the private sector, and
state/local/ federal government that will explore new approaches to support and sustain innovation.




The ISE program invests in projects that promote lifelong learning of STEM in a wide variety of informal settings. Funding is
provided for projects that advance understanding of informal STEM learning, that develop and implement innovative
strategies and resources for informal STEM education, and that build the national professional capacity for research,
development, and practice in the field. There are five categories of ISE program grants: Research; Pathways; Full-Scale
Development; Broad Implementation; and Communicating Research to Public Audiences.


The Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL) in the Directorate for Education and Human
Resources (EHR) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) supports basic and applied research and evaluation that enhance
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning and teaching. The Research and Evaluation on Education
in Science and Engineering (REESE) program aims at advancing research at the frontiers of STEM learning, education, and
evaluation, and at providing the foundational knowledge necessary to improve STEM teaching and learning at all educational
levels and in all settings. This solicitation calls for three types of proposals--Knowledge Diffusion, Empirical Research, and
Large Empirical Research.
This program provides educational opportunities for undergraduate Students, K-12 Educators. This program supports
institutions which may provide support to individuals at those institutions. To inquire about opportunities in this program,
contact one of the awarded institutions, available by clicking on the Awards link. With an emphasis on two-year colleges, the
Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program focuses on the education of technicians for the high-technology fields that
drive our nation's economy. The program involves partnerships between academic institutions and employers to promote
improvement in the education of science and engineering technicians at the undergraduate and secondary school levels. The
ATE program supports curriculum development; professional development of college faculty and secondary school teachers;
career pathways to two-year colleges from secondary schools and from two-year colleges to four-year institutions; and other
activities. A secondary goal is articulation between two-year and four-year programs for K-12 prospective teachers that focus
on technological education. The program also invites proposals focusing on applied research relating to technician
education.
The ITEST program responds to current concerns and projections about the growing demand for professionals and
information technology workers in the U.S. and seeks solutions to help ensure the breadth and depth of the STEM
workforce. ITEST supports research studies to address questions about how to find solutions. It also supports the
development, implementation, testing, and scale-up of implementation models. A large variety of possible approaches to
improving the STEM workforce and to building students & rsquo; capacity to participate in it may be implemented and
studied. ITEST projects may include students or teachers, kindergarten through high school age, and any area of the STEM
workforce. Projects that explore cyberlearning, specifically learning with cyberinfrastructure tools such as networked
computing and communications technologies in K-12 settings, are of special interest.




The goals of the Science of Learning Centers Program are to advance the frontiers of all the sciences of learning through
integrated research; to connect the research to specific scientific, technological, educational, and workforce challenges; to
enable research communities to capitalize on new opportunities and discoveries; and to respond to new challenges.
There are currently no SLC Centers or Catalyst competitions. However, the Science of Learning Centers Program is currently
accepting proposals for Workshops, Early-concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER), Rapid Response Grants (RAPID),
and Supplements to NSF awards (including those funded by other programs).
Purpose of Program: The AP Test Fee program awards grants to eligible State educational agencies (SEAs) to enable them to
pay all or a portion of advanced placement test fees on behalf of eligible low-income students who (1) are enrolled in an
advanced placement course and (2) plan to take an advanced placement exam. The program is designed to increase the
number of low-income students who take advanced placement tests and receive scores for which college academic credit is
awarded.
The National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS), Office of Research and Applications (ORA),
announces the availability of Federal assistance for an educational institution to provide a summer enrichment program for
middle school student in the area Mathematics, Science, Engineering, and Technology (MSET) for minority and economically
disadvantaged students. This program responds to a need for these targeted students to receive instruction and activities
that will encourage them to pursue careers in (MSET) fields.

The Division of Earth Sciences' Education and Human Resources Program (EH) facilitates highly innovative educational
activities in the earth sciences, including efforts to increase the diversity of participants and involve leading researchers in
education. Activities at all levels are supported, including: 1) graduate and postdoctoral education outside the framework of
normal NSF research grants; 2) undergraduate education, including the NSF-wide Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Program; and 3) education activities at the K-12 level both inside and outside the classroom.

The Infrastructure Program provides support for activities that differ from the research projects supported by the disciplinary
programs of the Division of Mathematical Sciences. These include working research sessions, such as conferences, symposia,
colloquia, and special years, as well as training programs, such as grants for broadening education in the mathematical
sciences or increasing the number of individuals in disciplines that are based in the mathematical sciences.
This program provides educational opportunities for undergraduate students, Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Fellows, K-12
Educators. Individuals interested in applying for funding should see the program guidelines.

This program provides educational opportunities for undergraduate students, Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Fellows, K-12
Educators. Individuals interested in applying for funding should see the program guidelines.
The Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems competition promotes quantitative, interdisciplinary analyses of
relevant human and natural system processes and complex interactions among human and natural systems at diverse scales.
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Talent Expansion Program (STEP) seeks to increase the number of
students (U.S. citizens or permanent residents) receiving associate or baccalaureate degrees in established or emerging fields
within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Type 1 proposals are solicited that provide for full
implementation efforts at academic institutions. Type 2 proposals are solicited that support educational research projects on
associate or baccalaureate degree attainment in STEM.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Office of Education is releasing a Cooperative Agreement Notice
(CAN) for proposals for NASA K-12 Cooperative Agreements Notice (K-12 CAN). The K-12 CAN effort seeks proposals that
incorporate innovative approaches for development and delivery of instructional materials, creates experiences that capture
the interest of learners, and actively involves participants in relevant, NASA science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics (STEM) content applications. The instructional materials and experiences of the proposal should support
secondary level teaching and learning, with a particular emphasis on high school education. Proposals should be submitted
electronically via the NASA Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and Evaluation System (NSPIRES)
(http://nspires.nasaprs.com ).
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 of Program: The High School Graduation Initiative (formerly known as the School Dropout Prevention (SDP) program) awards grants to local educati




hands-on learning activities using Navy content. [Grades 3-12] &#9679; Educate students to be well-prepared for employment in STEM disciplines in the
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