Toshiba K-5 Grant – DUE: 10-1-18

IRIS 2019 Researcher Awards – DUE 10-1-18
July 28, 2018
Simons Foundation Math and Physical Sciences Award – DUE: 10-3-18
August 13, 2018

Amount: Up to $1,000
Deadline: October 1, 2018

Do you teach in an elementary school classroom?


Do you have an innovative idea for improving math or science instruction in your classroom?


Is your idea project based learning with measurable outcomes?


What do you need to make learning math and science fun for your students?


K-5 grade teachers are invited to apply on-line for a $1,000 Toshiba America Foundation grant to help bring an innovative hands-on project into their own classroom.

With a Toshiba America Foundation grant, elementary teachers can bring their best new teaching ideas to life.

Grant applications are due on OCTOBER 1st each year.

Click here for more information and to apply on-line

Please note the following:

We only accept on-line applications through the designated links above.

Applications must be for project based learning. We do not consider requests for computers, laptops or tablets.


Toshiba America Foundation will not contribute to general operations, capital projects, endowments, conferences, independent study, fund raising events, or similar activities. Religious or political projects will not be supported. Organizations that discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, disability or religion are not eligible for funding. No grants will be made to individuals. Summer projects, club or after school programs cannot be considered. Salaries, facility maintenance, textbooks, video production, audio-visual equipment (e.g. electronic white boards, document projectors, student response systems) and education research will not be funded. No grants are available for computer hardware (including laptops, desktop computers, and tablets). No single school may receive more than one grant at a time. No new applications will be considered from grantees until final reports are approved. TAF funding is usually directed to K-12 schools. Educational nonprofits and universities working with K-12 teachers are occasionally considered, but please call the foundation first.

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