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Grant Writing Links

Guide for Writing a Funding Proposal
At this site, Dr. S. Joseph Levine of Michigan State University gives advice on how to write successful proposals.

Here you can learn how to write winning proposals. This site is sponsored by the Human Frontier Science Program.

Learner Resource Center: Nonprofit Web Sites
This site consists of fundraising and grant writing links sponsored by the Learning Institute for Nonprofit Organizations.

SchoolGrants - Your One-Stop Site for K-12 School Grant Opportunities
Here you will find grant–writing tips, sample proposals, and grant writing CDs, as well as funding sources.

Fundraising and Grantwriting Resources
This site provides a collection of links to funding applications; grant writing consultants and services; grant writing tutorials and help; funding sources; and more.

Institute of Educational Sciences (IES)
A vast amount of Educational Research resides on this website including the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) which is currently undergoing a major overhaul, The What Works Clearinghouse, National Library of Education and more. To access these resources and others visit:

National Reading Panel
This site will provide you with the complete text of the National Reading Panel's report about what works and what doesn't in reading. It provides the recipe for "scientific-based reading research and efficacy" which is expected in all reading programs.

U.S. Department of Education
This site provides information and links for all federal grants and initiatives issued under the direction of the DOE.

Publications and Products
This U.S. Department of Education Web site provides a wealth of information for teachers, administrators, policymakers, researchers, parents, and students.

Federal Register Documents Announcements Application Notices Requests for Comment etc. January 2002 to Present
This site offers up-to-the-minute information on grants provided by federal government agencies, including the Department of Education.

President's FY 2004 Budget Request for the U.S. Department of Education
This site provides updated information about the federal budget.

President Bush Proposes Record $57 Billion for FY 2005 Education Budget
The president's 2005 budget request continues to place a strong priority on assisting the nation's neediest students and includes historic funding increases to help states and school districts implement No Child Left Behind

National Science Foundation (NSF) - Home Page
Opportunities for mathematics and science grants may be found on this site.

Welcome to Schools and Libraries (E-Rate)
Library systems, school districts and non-public schools can apply for discounts on telecommunications at this site.

National Telecommunications and Information Administration
This site provides information about the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), which funds planning and construction grants.

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Grant Sources for Educators
This site supplies federal, state, and private funding opportunities and provides links to individual states' Web sites.