Learning Grants by SRP
Learning Grants by SRP provide a unique opportunity that allows schools, teachers and students to develop projects and programs geared toward attainment of state-mandated competencies. Specifically, the grants support innovative teaching strategies that improve student performance objectives in math and science. SRP offers a total of $125,000 for Learning Grants in math and science, with up to $5,000 available for each school site.
Applicants for Learning Grants by SRP must apply through SRP's online grant application system.Get started
When and how to apply
The application period for the 2014-15 school year is now open. Applications will be accepted until March 31, 2014. Applicants will be notified in mid-April 2014 of grant status. Funds will be dispersed in May 2014.
Applications may pertain to a single grade, as well as multigrade integration. In multigrade applications, all pertinent performance objectives for each grade level must be listed.
Educators may base applications on projects, programs and/or activities that enhance learning with the object of improving student performance. Preference will be given to applications that employ a cross-curricular approach to the improvement of math, science or technology proficiency.
Public and private, nonprofit schools, kindergarten through grade 12, are eligible to compete for Learning Grants by SRP. All educators in metropolitan Phoenix, Pinal County, Gila County, Yavapai County, Page and St. Johns are eligible to apply.
SRP makes no distinction between public and charter schools. Educators at nonprofit private schools have exactly the same chance to receive grants but must refer to state-mandated competencies in math and science.
For more information
- View a list of the 2013-14 Learning Grants by SRP recipients to see the types of projects selected.
- Check out these helpful grant-writing tips.
- If you have questions about Learning Grants by SRP, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.