As schools struggle to hire mental health workers, two new federal grants may help—the expanded School-Based Mental Health Services grants and the expanded Mental Health Services Professional Demonstration grants. The priorities for both programs also call for increasing diversity, and cultural and linguistic competency of school-based mental health professions to help reflect the needs of a diverse student population.
GetEdFunding is a curated collection of thousands of grants and awards that grows by the day, all selected through the prism of relevance to today’s educational institutions. The Share Your Success section features success stories of GetEdFunding users who have secured grant funding.
Learn from the experiences of your peers and gain insight into the kinds of proposals and project ideas that have been successful; organizations that have provided funding and how much was granted; and difficulty of the application process. Do you have a funding success story you want to share? Visit GetEdFunding and submit your story on the Tell Us What You’ve Won page.
GetEdFunding hosts thousands of education grants, including funding opportunities for public and private preK–12 schools and districts; awards for outstanding professionals; grants for teachers, media specialists, and administrators; and more. GetEdFunding is expanded, updated, and monitored daily. Users can personalize their searches by focus areas, skills and themes, and grade levels. After registering on the site, users can search, find, save, and apply.
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 Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron STS) is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science competition for high school seniors. The competition provides a forum for original research that is recognized and reviewed by a national jury of professional scientists.