Foundation / Corporation
Gale Cengage Learning, in cooperation with Library Media Connection
06/30/15 11:59 PM EST
Awards valued at $3,500 to USA and Canada K-12 public and private schools to recognize critical collaboration between teachers and media specialists to promote learning and increase student achievement. Examples of the types of collaboration that will be considered include:
Using large-print books to improve student reading scores, increasing literacy among struggling readers, improving information literacy, using nonfiction materials in classroom libraries to support reading, and integrating electronic and print reference resources into classroom learning.
Three winners will receive: $2,500 (U.S.) cash award; Gale products (approximate value $500 U.S.); a one-year subscription to Library Media Connection; and Educator's Professional Bookshelf (approximate value $500 U.S.) from Linworth Publishing.
A panel comprised of education industry professionals and Gale staff will evaluate the nomination based on:
-Demonstrated collaboration between media specialists and teachers during a school year. Entrants may select which one of the two school years they would like to submit.
-Effective techniques that positively impact student learning and achievement.
-Support received from school leadership.
-Ability for others to replicate this best practice.
GrantWatch ID#: 155266
Awardees receive $2,500 cash award, Gale products (approximate value $500), a one-year subscription to Library Media Connection, and an Educator's Professional Bookshelf (approximate value $500) from Linworth Publishing.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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Independence, KY 41051
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