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- US Department of Education
includes links to Student Guide to Financial Aid, What Should I Know
About ED Grants, Education Department General Administrative Regulations
(EDGAR), Guide to US Department of Education Programs, Federal Register,
Commerce Business Daily, and ED Grant Announcements.
To find out what US DOE grants have been awarded, point your web
browser to: http://bcol02.ed.gov/CFAPPS/grantaward/start.cfm
The Grant Award Actions Database contains ED's 2000 grant awards
made with 2000 funds. This is a consolidated database. If a grant
received several awards during the year, these have been combined
into one comprehensive record to simplify the funding information.
Some formula/block awards, such as the Impact Aid awards, are not
The Department of Education also hosts a Grants Information web
This contains an ED-wide listing of:
- Federal Register Grant Announcements
- Discretionary Grant Application Packages
- Grant Application Forms and Other Forms
- Grants Forecast
- Guide to Programs at the US Department of Education
- Grant Awards Database
- ASM International Foundation
"Living in a Material World" grants for teachers.
- Bamford-Lahey Children's Foundation
Funds projects related to developmental language disorders
- Benton Foundation
- The Chalkboard
http://thechalkboard.com/ (no longer available)
The Chalkboard contains information on corporate education programs,
curriculum materials, grants and scholarships, and services.
- Children with Disabilities
http://www.childrenwithdisabilities.ncjrs.org/grants.html (no longer
Sources of funding, grants, and other financial assistance.
- Citigroup Foundation
- Community of Science (COS)
The Community of Science is a global registry designed to provide
accurate, timely, easy-to-access information about what new funding
opportunities exist, and who is working on what subject, and where.
- Corning Foundation
- Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation
Provides funding to programs and research that address autism, and
scholarships to families who have children with autism.
- E-School News Funding Center
This free service helps students and parents compare the cost of student
loans. The LoanFinder sorts through a database of lenders and finds
the best fitting Private/Alternative loans or federally guaranteed
Stafford and Parent (PLUS) loans.
- Ezra Jack Keats Minigrants
- FinAid, The Financial Aid Information Page
Maintained by Mark Kantrowitz, author of The Prentice Hall Guide
to Scholarships and Fellowships for Math and Science Students,
this site includes links to information about student aid.
- Free Scholarship Information Service
Key in "disabilities" to find grants specifically for individuals with disabilities.
- Fundsnet Services
- George Lucas Educational Foundation Resource List
Sponsored and maintained by the American Association for the Advancement
of Science (AAAS), this database offers funding opportunities for
training in the biological and medical sciences.
- Handspring Foundation
http://www.handspring.com/company/foundation/about.jhtml (no longer
A commercial website that provides a wide variety of resources for
grants and funding.
- IBM Foundation
- International Reading Association Teacher as Researcher Grant
- Mellanby Autism Foundation
- National Foundation for the Improvement of Education (NFIE)
NFIE, sponsored by the National Education Association, provides grants
for teachers, educational and professional resources, and publications.
- National Institutes of Health
Office of Extramural Research
Research Supplements for Individuals with Disabilities
(This program expires on April 1, 2004 unless reissued.)
- National Science Foundation
- Oracle Help Us Help Foundation
- Partners in Education
- The Pentair Foundation
- Polaris Grants Central
Free information about grants to educators at the K-12 level, including
funding sources, tips and hints about grantsmanship, how to write
- Santa Clara County (CA) Office of Education
- School Grants
- Shaklee Teacher Award
- Sprint Foundation
- Stories in the Land Teaching Fellowships from Orion Society
- Teaching Tolerance Grant Program
- Texas Instruments Foundation
- Toshiba America Foundation
Yahoo includes links to various scholarships and grant search services.
- Catalog of Federal Education Grants
A collection of information on new or updated fiscal year programs relating to the federal
government's education grant programs. A monthly catalog is available at an annual
subscription rate of $200. For subscription information, call 800.655.5597.
- Education Grants Alert
A weekly report on funding opportunities for K-12 programs. The report is published 50
times a year at a subscription rate of $299. For subscription information, call
- Funding Update
Published by Education Funding Resources (EFR). Forecasts educational funding
opportunities for a 3-month period. An annual subscription to 12 issues costs $60 plus
$4.95 state tax. For subscription information, call 617.542.0048.
for School Districts
A biweekly bulletin of information on a variety of grants, dollars available, and contact
information. For information, call 617.542.0048.
- The Grantwriter's Newsletter of Funding Resources is an inexpensive
way to find grant sources and contests. $36 for 12 issues. 617 Wright Avenue,
Terrytown, LA 70056.
- The Grants Database (CD-ROM)
This CD-ROM, which many research libraries purchase, provides information on a wide
range of grant and RFP opportunities. Contact your nearest research library reference
librarian for assistance.
- DSSHE-L on LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU
DSSHE-L, Disabled Student Services in Higher Education
The purpose of the list is
to facilitate the sharing of information among providers of services for students with
disabilities in higher education. Issues discussed include: service delivery models, legal
issues pertaining to the American's with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of
1973, publications of interest, assistive technology, counseling and career issues for
students with disabilities, removing architectural and attitudinal barriers, grants and
other funding sources. To subscribe, send an e-mail message to:
In the body of the message, send the following:
sub dsshe-l YourFirstName YourLastName
- GRANTS-L on LISTSERV@GSUVM1.GSU.EDU
Funding for International Education and Research, GRANTS-L, an initiative of the
Regents' Global Center of the University System of Georgia, promotes external funding
for international education and research. Specific topics include: proposal writing and
editing; federal/state laws and regulations; campus policies and procedures; animal
care and use; misconduct in science; procurement integrity; consulting; cost sharing;
publication rights; budget development; direct and indirect costs; grant/contract
administration; client relations; Internet resources; electronic editing and software; and
so on. To subscribe, send an e-mail message to:
In the body of the message, send the following:
sub grants-l YourFirstName YourLastName
Grants and Funding
Information on federal and private sources of funding for research; equipment/computer technology, program development, post-doctoral opportunities, and more from the American Speech Language Hearing Association.
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