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Volume 4 Number 2

When it comes to using their own money to purchase classroom materials and supplies, teachers have pockets deeper than Captain Kangaroo's...
The NEA Foundation's Grant Opportunities for 2003 from: NEA
"Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth" Workshop from: Ruth Herman Wells
Tour and Educational Journey to Costa Rica from: Nancy Brunn
Summer Scholars Program from: Karen Ellis
Win Books for Your Classroom! from: Ellen Jackson
Sackmann brings school lists to Educational CyberPlayGround from: Jim Leonhirth
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February Articles
February Regular Features
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The NEA Foundation's Grant Opportunities for 2003

From: NEA

The NEA Foundation Innovation Grants and Learning & Leadership Grants

The NEA Foundation's Innovation Grants and Learning & Leadership Grants are always available, offered on an ongoing, year-round basis. Up to 300 grants of $1,000 to $3,000 are awarded each year to fund your BIG ideas. Applications may be submitted at any time, so why wait? All applications are peer reviewed, and notification of grants awarded is sent within seven months of submission. Grants fund activities for 12 months from date of the award. Remember, small grants lead to BIG change. The NEA Foundation's grant application process has never been easier. Apply today! Visit for an application and details or call 202.822.7840.

NEA Fine Arts Grant Program

On behalf of the National Education Association (NEA), The NEA Foundation offers NEA Fine Arts grants to public elementary school art specialists through their local NEA affiliates. These grants allow fine arts educators to create and implement programs that promote learning among students at risk of school failure. Deadline: February 3, 2003. For more information on eligibility and guidelines, visit

The NEA Foundation's Arts@Work Grant Program

The Arts@Work grants encourage public secondary school arts specialists to collaborate with technology savvy educators and the business community to develop examples of technology-integrated arts curricula that meet high standards for student achievement. This program is supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Deadline: March 3, 2003. For more information on eligibility and guidelines, visit