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Digital Wish Grants

Stipends & Grants

Digital Wish is a non-profit on a mission to help teachers solve technology shortfalls in their classrooms. Apply for grants, create a wish list of technology your classroom needs, and share lesson plans and fundraising ideas with fellow educators across the country. Digital Wish also provides a searchable library of grants and a myriad of ideas for fundraising. The entire site is designed to empower teachers to find funding for technology for their classrooms.

Grants will be awarded on the 15th of every calendar month after the grant application deadline.



Eligibility:

Guideline adherence. Lesson plans must follow the directions outlined in each grant's description.

Coherency. Lesson plans must be well-organized and well-written.

Proper Grammar Usage, Punctuation, and Spelling. Lessons should contain no grammar, punctuation, or spelling errors.


Curriculum Relevance. Lesson plans must be curriculum-oriented.

Creativity and Fun. Lesson plans must be unique and exciting to implement.

Student Involvement. Lesson plans must encourage student participation.

Technology Integration. Lesson plans must incorporate technology.


 

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