For nearly two decades, leaders from some of the largest urban public school districts in the country have turned to Harvard University to learn the art and science of management to improve student performance. From raising math scores to reducing chronic absenteeism, the Public Education Leadership Project (PELP) has served as a unique resource for the field, strengthening the management capacities of school leaders.
Applications are open for Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Ensembles. Next summer remarkable teens from around the country will come together to train, tour, and perform on some of the world’s greatest stages—all for free.
Society for Science is offering STEM Research Grants to provide support to middle school and high school teachers engaging their students in authentic scientific research. For the purposes of this grant, a research project is defined as an independent investigation by a student that involves experimentation to answer a scientific question outside of regular classwork.
The National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and its sponsors are offering more than $600,000 in funding for PTAs/PTSAs interested in implementing an engaging National PTA program focused on STEM, literacy, digital citizenship, mental health, healthy lifestyles, or the arts.