Have a great idea for a class project that you just can’t afford to put into play? Need a little cash-flow to fund your next great learning project? Check out GrantWrangler today!

I found this website as I was perusing for further learning grants, and couldn’t help but share it with you. Essentially, GrantWrangler is a free grant listing service that holds many current grant opportunities for a variety of subject areas.

Grants are constantly updated, allowing busy teachers to easily find grants that apply to their own classroom. The website is divided into categories such as STEM, Fine Arts, Libraries, etc. to make finding the perfect grant a breeze.

Additionally, GrantWrangler features noteworthy grants on their webpage, including grants such as:

  • Jan Stauber Grant 2012
    Deadline: May 1, 2012
    Beacon Society
    $250 for K12 teachers and librarians who develop a teaching project that introduces young people to Sherlock Holmes
  • Samsung Grant Competition
    Deadline: May 1, 2012
    Samsung Techwin America
    50 SAMCAM 860 cameras to K12 teachers who describe whether or not they believe technology helps student achievement
  • Student Video Contest on the Forms of Energy
    Deadline: May 11, 2012
    Westinghouse Electric Company
    $3,000 for middle and high schools whose students prepare winning videos on positive aspects of nuclear energy

Check it out today, and if you win a grant, let me know!

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