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OEA can support members in creating their own learning community to work on micro-credentials through mini-grants of $200 each. The process is rigorous, so working with a group can help you earn your micro-credential sooner.
To find out more about micro-credentials and to learn how to get started, visit www.oregoned.org/micro-credentials
Each year, The College Board awards scholarships for qualifying Advanced Placement teachers to attend an AP Summer Institute (APSI). These programs are offered to teachers at schools without funding for professional development, and who meet certain requirements. AP instructors in rural areas, or those who teach in schools serving large populations of low-income or minority students are encouraged to apply.
Find out how to apply by visiting https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/professional-development/workshops-summer-institutes/summer-institute-scholarships
WHAT: Classroom Innovators! Toshiba America Foundation accepts applications from teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their students. Applications must be for project based learning, not for devices.
WHEN: Grant applications for $5,000 or more must be submitted by May 1; applications for less than $5,000 must be submitted by June 1.
HOW: To read the guidelines and submit your application, visit http://www.toshiba.com/taf/612.jsp
WHAT: This program offers funding of up to $500 and the opportunity to design and implement a creative program for your school or library.
HOW: To read the guidelines and submit your application, visit http://www.ezra-jack-keats.org...
OEA Choice Trust’s School Employee Wellness Grant Program is designed to allow school leaders and employees the flexibility to develop a tailored program to best meet the needs, goals and priorities of the district and school staff.
Oregon public school districts, community colleges and Education Service Districts.