Foundation / Corporation
Santa Barbara County Education Office (SBCEO) Teachers Network
09/28/20 11:55 PM - Deadline for the Instructional Strategy Team Coach Grant
Grants to California educators in eligible locations for collaboration and skill-building. The purpose of this program is for public school teachers and employees to share their educational approach with a team of peer teachers. Funding is intended to develop teacher leadership through collaboration with peers, not necessarily from the same school site. Applicants must be Santa Barbara County PreK-12 public school teacher, or non-management certificated employee.
The grants consist of two components:
Teams meet for a minimum of three, 1-hour sessions over a period of several months, and are scheduled by the Team Coach. Team Coaches will work to coordinate a schedule of meetings with Team Members in mind.
Note: Team meetings must take place via online formats (e.g. Zoom, FaceBook Live, etc.) until further notice.
GrantWatch ID#: 147093
- Coaches: $1,200;
- Team Members: $500
Grant funds must be used during the school year in which the grant was awarded.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://app.informedk12.com/link_campaigns/sbceo-grant-demo-electronic-form?token=iP7xaehcLTTFX3vN1Fis8tRU
For questions, eligibility requirements, or information contact:
Steven Keithley, Director
964-4711 ext. 5281
Anne Flores, Administrative Assistant
(805) 967-4711 ext. 5277
Santa Barbara County Education Office
4400 Cathedral Oaks Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
SBCEO Teachers Network
(805) 964-4711 ext. 5277
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