EGEF today announced its most recent round of grant awards totaling more than $40,000 to seven innovative programs for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Every EGEF grant encourages innovation, but the story of Eldredge Elementary School’s “21st Century Classrooms” takes this goal to a whole new level.
It took Goldilocks three tries to find the best chair … Goldilocks gave up way too quickly. A 2016 EGEF grant is now supporting a “diagnostic seating clinic” at Frenchtown Elementary.
Getting a class full of high school students excited about an upcoming research project takes a dedicated teacher, willing learners, and, in this case, a box full of skulls.
The East Greenwich Education Foundation is excited to be hosting it’s second year of this fundraiser in an effort to provide grants to teachers in the East Greenwich Public Schools.
The March 15th deadline for completed EGEF grant applications is coming up, but it’s not too late to get an application started.