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Grants for Art and Music Education

Thu, Sep 27, 2018 @ 12:09 PM / by Lauren Albright posted in educational grants, 501(c)(3), funding sources, grants for art education, art instruction, music grants, grants for new music instruments, schol grants, grants for music education, art education grant, grants for the arts, art grant, arts grants, school grant, youth education, arts, at risk youth, youth grants, disadvantaged youth, disadvantaged youth grants, art grants, music education grants, grants for youth, grants for at risk youth, grant, grant proposal, steam, steam education grants, grants for children, performing arts

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Grants for Art and Music Education

“Where words fail, music speaks.”
–Hans Christian Andersen

“A work of art is above all an adventure of the mind.”
-Eugene Ionesco

It is well established that art and music education help students develop and excel in many important physical, mental, and social learning aspects.
Yet these education programs are often the first on the chopping block when federal, state, and school organizations struggle with dwindling education budgets. For those schools and teachers struggling to maintain crucial art and music programs due to financial constraints, grants are one of many great resources for support.

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The National Endowment for the Arts

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) funds new and existing projects that promote the arts. NEA grants are available to non-profit organizations, state or local government agencies, school districts, and federally-recognized tribal communities or tribes; all applicant entities must have at least a three-year prior history of arts programming.

Two of the NEA’s four annual grants are currently open for the 2018 cycle: 

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She Said She Would, So She Did - Grants to Fund Women’s Services

Fri, Aug 10, 2018 @ 11:08 AM / by Lauren Albright posted in STEM, nonprofit funding, women's economic empowerment, community improvement grant, LGBTQ grants, grants for specific populations, grants for stem, grants for mentoring programs, partners, grant funding, stem education grants, grants for mentoring, youth mentoring, mentor

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With persistence, women have made great strides toward achieving equal opportunity, equal pay, and more, but there is still great need for improvement. Did you know 62 million girls worldwide are denied an education? Or that women with full-time jobs earn 77 cents for every dollar of their male counterpart’s earnings? Less than 30 percent of researchers are women, and by 2020 men will outnumber women in the field of computer science by 4:1 (statistics from makers.com).

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Math Teachers, Here’s What Grant Money Can Do for You

Thu, Aug 2, 2018 @ 13:08 PM / by Lauren Albright posted in education funds, math grant, grants for mathematics education, grants for education, grants for math education

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You’re a math teacher, and you’re busy—we get it. There are lessons to plan, tests to correct, and your school’s mathlete team is competing next weekend. You’ve probably heard about some excellent grant opportunities out there for math education, and you may be wondering, “Is it worth my time to apply? How could grant money really benefit a math classroom?” The fact is that grants could add up to some educational advantages for you and your students.

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