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Aug 01, 2022 2022-08-01

Funding & Recognition

Grant to Spark Underrepresented Students’ Interest in STEM

The Kid Spark STEM Equity Grant Program enables educators in Title I schools to team up with the nonprofit Kid Spark to bring STEM education to students of all backgrounds.

The program includes a progressive engineering and computer science-based curriculum with teacher lesson plans, student workbooks, design challenges, evaluation rubrics, and unit assessments. It also provides STEM labs with robust and reusable engineering and robotics materials to support students as they grow in their STEM learning. And to support teachers in bringing STEM to their classrooms, Kid Spark provides professional development and certification courses hosted through its online learning management system.

Educators in US public elementary, preschool, and Head Start programs serving Title I students are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to schools supporting a large percentage of underserved and underrepresented students. After filling out the online form, eligible educators in preK–grade 5 will receive the Kid Spark STEM Equity Grant guide and application checklist.

Deadline: Ongoing

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