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Edutopia Webinar: The Fundamentals of Funding

How to Identify, Write, and Submit Grants for School and Program Initiatives
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August 27, 2009: "The Fundamentals of Funding: How to Identify, Write, and Submit Grants for School and Program Initiatives"

Host: Grace Rubenstein, former senior producer, Edutopia

Presenter: Kathleen Petersen, director of Title I programming for Utah's Washington County School District and former principal of the district's Santa Clara Elementary School, in Santa Clara, Utah

To expand on our coverage of the federal stimulus package for education, we drew on the grant-writing experience of school administrator Kathleen Petersen, also a member of The George Lucas Educational Foundation's National Advisory Council. She demystified the process of researching, designing, writing, and implementing grants. Learn more at the webinar's resource page.

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Erica's picture

A great resource for finding educational grants online is GrantWatch They categorize their grants by grade level as well as by state. GrantWatch.com posts both government and foundation grants so you have everything in one place. If you enter your email address on their site they even send out free weekly emails of all new grants posted.

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