Outfitting a school or classroom with the correct technology resource can further the reach of teachers, enhance the skills of students, and create endless opportunities of education methods. Educators of America are driven to not only supply teachers and educators with the classroom technology they need but also train them to use it in the most effective ways possible. Educators who are in need of an effective technology tool that will assist in bettering student achievement, not only in their classrooms but also throughout their entire institution, can apply for an Educators of America MicroGrant of between $250 and $5,000.
Deadlines: Technology grant applications are reviewed quarterly (January, April, July, October).
The Covid-19 pandemic forced educators to make many changes in response to instant lockdowns and other unexpected pressures. But one thing educators who read Big Deal Media’s K-12 Technology newsletter didn’t have to change: their reliance on the newsletter as a valuable tool for finding and buying technology resources for their schools and districts.
The Aspen Institute and the Community College Research Center studied nine dual enrollment programs across three states that have narrowed or closed equity gaps in dual enrollment for Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and Pacific Islander students.
The EdTech Evidence Exchange partners with thousands of educators across subject areas and grade levels to collect information about the contexts and circumstances shaping the outcomes of edtech implementations. The organization also collaborates with philanthropy to guide its research and align its work with their goals and mission.