Top 10 Grants for USA-Based Teachers

Teachers have one of the most important jobs in the world. Not only are they directly responsible for shaping the minds of today’s youth, but they also give students the confidence and the social skills they need to succeed. Without teachers, students wouldn’t have the resources they need to learn about the world around them. However, many teachers are underpaid or do not have the funding they need to do this work to the best of their ability.

GrantWatch is committed to helping these teachers and schools get the funding they need. For this reason, GrantWatch has many grants listed for education programs. These grants include financial support for teachers, school systems, and students. To show its support for teachers, GrantWatch will be sharing 10 of the top grants for USA teachers today!

10 Grants to Keep Teachers in the Classroom

  1. Firstly, there are grants of up to $1,000 to U.S. K-5 teachers at public and nonprofit private schools for creative educational programming. Funding is to increase student success rates in science, technology, engineering, and math by introducing original project-based learning ideas.
  2. Awards of $5,000 are available to a U.S. or Canada pure or applied mathematician to recognize outstanding contributions to the quality of education for K-16 students.
  3. There are also grants of up to $1,000 to U.S., Canada, and International K-12 English language arts teachers to support research projects that enhance the quality of education in the field.
  4. Grants of up to $1,500 are available to U.S. and territories high school teachers to promote chemistry education.
  5. Awards of $2,000 are also available to a U.S. K-6 teacher to recognize excellence in facilitating student growth in writing. The nominee must submit an essay detailing their beliefs on the importance of writing and how they encourage student growth.
  6. In addition, there are grants to U.S. educators for creative projects that enhance student learning. Funding must go to furthering the projects within the school or school system.
  7. Prizes to U.S. K-12 public schools for educational resources, equipment, and technology. Funds are to support schools in enhancing science, technology, engineering, and math education.
  8. There are also grants of $500 to U.S., Canada, and International high school teachers and counselors to cover the costs associated with attending an educational conference.
  9. Funding of $1,000 is available to U.S., Canada, and International teachers in international Baccalaureate programs for projects to enhance the curriculum.
  10. Finally, there are grants to U.S. educators employed by schools and nonprofit organizations to enhance learning for PreK-12 students. Funding will support the development of extracurricular and in-class programming that improves the learning of children from low-income households.

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Looking for similar grants? GrantWatch has a grant category specifically for teachers. The site also has a category for education grants, including grants for Preschool, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Higher Education.

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