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Q. Does this involve a lot of paperwork?

A. No. The application form is one page. Should you receive a grant, you will be asked to submit a one-page final evaluation report upon completion of your project.

Q. What kind of project can I propose?

A. Almost anything that is innovative, related to the curriculum and directly involves your students. Your project will be judged along with the other proposals according to the criteria listed in this brochure.

Q. Can my project include the purchase of equipment such as a camera?

A. Only if it is an integral part of your project. The purchase of electronic hardware not vital to the project will not be funded. Project funds can be used to purchase equipment or to provide field trip transportation, but not when they are ends in themselves.

Q. If I am awarded a grant, how soon can I start my project.

A. Almost immediately. Your check will be presented to you in early November.

Q. If my project involves a large number of students, will that improve my chances of receiving a grant?

A. Not necessarily. Having a large number of students involved in a project can be a plus, but this is only one factor that's considered.

Q. What happens if I have "leftover" funds upon the completion of my project?

A. Unused money, along with your financial report, must be returned to the Foundation at the conclusion of your project.


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