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August Awareness: National Back to School Month


From tissue boxes and hand sanitizer to markers and notebook paper, every classroom needs resources to support their students and that’s where you can help. JA teaches students financial literacy, professional skills, and everything else they need to become independent adults in both in-school and after-school programs.

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Higher Education Funding & Grant Resources


Similar to the funders in my previous post on education , the organizations listed below focus their efforts on activities inside and outside of the classroom. Their priorities range from facilitating book donation drives to supporting arts education to funding playground construction and family literacy programs. . Areas served: US.


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Funding & Grant Resources For Nonprofits Focused On Education


The educational goals for the funders in this list include increasing postsecondary and higher learning opportunities, advancing innovation inside the classroom, engaging more students in the arts, and enhancing early childhood development, just to name a few. Education is one of the more popular issues that many foundations focus on.

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Weaving the Web Into Teaching and Learning

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Emily at Emily's World offers her thoughts about "Integrating Web Sites into Teaching." Starting way back in 1995-96 when the web was just starting to explode with content, I focused a lot on searching skills, information literacy skills, how to organize and retrieve your finds, etc.

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MCON13: Working with Millennials


It''s important to equip them to learn leadership skills and hear what they are thinking. In addition, Fifth Third Foundation decided to focus on financial literacy teaching kids in classrooms about money management. Gen X is not large enough demographic to fill leadership roles.

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Remote Technology in the Pandemic: Rebalancing Toward Equity and Access

Non Profit Quarterly

And…they know technology, so they’re also an asset to help teach other volunteers. This was part of the national conversation when schools pivoted to online classrooms, which catered to families with reliable internet, ample supply of modern devices, and space to use them. Failure to engage the digital immigrants.

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An Interview with Silvia Tolisano of Langwitches Blog

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The past five years I have been teaching Spanish at an Elementary School and serve as the school???s I wanted to combine my two passions in teaching: Foreign Languages and Technology. I am fascinated by the possibilities of blogging in the foreign language classroom. s webmaster. Why did you start Langwitches blog?