How Do We Ensure That Teachers Can Do Their Absolute Best?

School is back in session for many of the warmer locations within the United States. Come September, every school will be hustling and bustling with students and teachers. With each new school year comes another lengthy list of supplies for both the children and their teachers. But as the roster sheets grow, the classroom funding always seems to slow.

With the need for professional development, classroom supplies, updated technology and clever learning projects, how do we ensure that teachers can do their absolute best to provide today’s youth with the knowledge and guidance they need? Grants.

It takes a special person to become a teacher, and GrantWatch wants to ensure that our most talented, patient individuals have the tools they need to do their very best job for our kids. GrantWatch lists a multitude of grants for various educational needs: school supplies, extracurricular activities, tutoring programs, structural renovations, modern technology, STEM curriculums, recreational equipment, creative courses, research projects, etc. 

Find grants for teachers and other educational necessities on and have a great school year!

Grants for Teachers

Grants to USA K-12 Teachers for Technology Supplies and Equipment to Enhance Student Learning

Grants of $500 and grants of $1,000 to USA K-12 teachers to purchase technology supplies and equipment for the classroom that will help students stay up-to-date with high-tech advances. 

Deadline: 12/09/17 11:59 PM ET

Grants to USA K-5 Teachers at Low-Income Schools for Educational Arts-Based Projects

Grants of up to $450 to USA elementary school teachers that serve disadvantaged students for projects that incorporate an arts and inquiry-based approach to learning. 

Deadline: 11/30/17

Grants to USA Schools, Educators, and Volunteers for Physical Education and Fitness Projects

Grants from $250 to $500 to USA schools, educators, and volunteers to promote physical education and fitness-related goals. Proposals will be considered based on need and creativity. 

Deadline: 01/10/18

About the Author: Kayli Tomasheski is a Copy Editor for GrantWatch