Apply now for our NATIONAL SIGNATURE GRANT project!

Thank you to the National Rural Education Association for co-sponsoring the National Signature Project grant.

March 16, 2018 |
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The Grants in Place National Signature Project is a $2,500 grant awarded to an innovative rural educator for a place-based project in their school. <\/p>"

The Rural Schools Collaborative Grants in Place program is pleased to present the National Signature Project, a $2,500 grant to an outstanding and innovative classroom project that exemplifies the very best in place-based education. The National Signature Project award is open to any rural classroom teacher in the United States.

Our straightforward application is due by April 23, 2018. Please click here to apply today, and help us spread the word!

If you are a teacher within one of our hub or partner regions, you may be eligible for a traditional "Grants in Place" award - please view eligible regions and apply here.


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