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The Insider's Guide to Winning Education Grants
     

The Insider's Guide to Winning Education Grants

by Dakota Pawlicki, Chase James, Gregory Michie (Foreword by)
 

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Find, apply for, and win grant dollars for the classroom

This accessible guide offers a proven, step-by-step process for researching, writing, applying for, and winning education grants. The book educates readers on the basics of grant writing, including what sources are the most reliable for securing education funding. It also serves as a practice tool,

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Find, apply for, and win grant dollars for the classroom

This accessible guide offers a proven, step-by-step process for researching, writing, applying for, and winning education grants. The book educates readers on the basics of grant writing, including what sources are the most reliable for securing education funding. It also serves as a practice tool, with worksheets, proposal templates, real-world examples, and advice from grant-winning teachers to help instill confidence about navigating this somewhat daunting process.

  • Offers a proven formula for winning education grants in clear, step-by-step instructions
  • Includes a wealth of handy tools, worksheets, templates, and teacher-tested advice
  • Outlines the four main components of money-generating education grants
  • Based on UNITE's celebrated "Grant Writing Teacher" Professional Development series

The book's step-by-step process is filled with illustrative examples of successful grant proposals.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781118412909
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
11/04/2013
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
1,348,210
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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Meet the Author

Dakota Pawlicki is founder and board president of UNITE (Urban Needs in Teacher Education). The co-author of a multimillion-dollar federal Teacher Quality Partnership grant received in 2009, he works in urban teacher preparation for Illinois State University.

Chase James, executive director of UNITE and history department chair at Collins Academy High School in Chicago, has experience writing and editing grant proposals ranging from small classroom projects to multimillion-dollar programsfor schools and nonprofits.

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