NSEA 2013-2014 Organizing Grants Available
ATTENTION LOCAL PRESIDENTS (THIS MODULE ONLY WORKS ON THE PUBLISHED SITE)
Deadline for Organizing Grants: August 1, 2013
ATTENTION LOCAL PRESIDENTS
(THIS MODULE ONLY WORKS ON THE PUBLISHED SITE)
NSEA "Good Idea" Grants for Licensed Personnel
NSEA is pleased to offer "Good Idea" grants of up to $1,000 to licensed personnel with innovative ideas to help improve education in the state of Nevada. The NSEA Good Idea Grants allow members to make their good ideas a reality, and may be utilized in many ways. Association members may use the funding to develop a special unit or project for use with students in the classroom, present a workshop or class for educators, or to create materials or lesson plans for individual or widespread use.
Education reform issues such as standards-based teaching, testing, and other forms of assessment and technology in the classroom are receiving a lot of attention right now and would all make ideal proposal topics. Keep in mind, however, that NSEA encourages members to submit any type of proposals that can help them meet their specific educational needs.
Please note: Grants will not be awarded for personal professional development, i.e. tuition.
Send your "Good Idea" to NSEA's Reno office: Good Idea Grants, NSEA, 1890 Donald Street, Reno, NV 89502 or you may fax applications to 775-828-6745. Good Idea Grants are avaliable in the spring. The NSEA IPD Committee reviews the proposals and makes final recommendations to the NSEA President.
Please help us publicize the “Good Idea” Grants by sharing the information with your colleagues. Click here to print an application. Should you or any interested members have questions or need further assistance, please contact Rose Brennan in NSEA’s Reno office – 1.800.232.6732, ext. 3021 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that all winners must provide documentation to demonstrate how the grant money was used.