Here are just a few of the grants we have provided schools to provide technology to their students:
(Please be aware: Grants only cover ebooks available through Structured Learning. We are currently seeking other partners so we can expand what we can award)
I am pleased to award Jaqueline Hajjar with Bridges of Peace International with a grant for the K-8 technology curriculum, to be used in her school in Lebanon. We are excited to help her students and wish her well!
I am pleased to award a grant for the cost of the K-8 technology curriculum to a K-8 school in Pickett County, Byrdstown, TN. According to the tech teacher, Nicola, they are a small school in a rural area, making funding for their technology program challenging.
I am so happy to award a K-8 technology curriculum grant to Kristen at Bond Mill Elementary School. Kristen sees every student in the school every week, and wants to give them a top notch start on their technology skills. In her words:
Technology is here to stay and we need to prepare our children at a young age how to use the technology correctly; not just for games, listening to music, etc. This generation needs to learn how to research on the computer, learn to code, learn software packages and even learn how to build them. They are our future.
I am pleased to provide Van Dyke Public Schools in Warren, MI with a free K-5 technology curriculum. Their tech teacher contacted me with her urgent need to infuse tech into her classrooms. As Jennifer told me, “I have a lot of ideas, but I feel like I need to have some sort of sequence.”
I am pleased to provide Valerie at St. Martin Catholic School located in Jefferson City, MO with a free membership in our online keyboarding class–including the entire K-8 keyboarding curriculum (digital). I’m sure these keyboarding lessons will be invaluable to their students! BTW, they have a wonderful prayer on their homepage, if you’re in need of a spiritual uplift.
We are pleased to announce our support for James B Sanderlin Neighborhood Family Center, dedicated to the belief that families should have the resources, supports and skills necessary to raise their children in a healthy and safe neighborhood that promotes the development of their maximum potential, in providing a FREE upgrade from a site license to a District license so technology can be used throughout their multiple schools.
We are pleased to announce that Lehigh Christian Academy has received a FREE District License to use our K-6 curriculum throughout their school. We are thrilled to be able to assist this wonderful school in providing for the needs of their students.
We are pleased to announce the provision of seed money for an experiment in co-teaching through a grade-level wiki, open to all teachers using the SL technology curriculum.
We are pleased to announce our support for the SAV School (Shantideep Adarsh Vidhyasadan) located in Bhaktapur, Nepal. Thanks to generous donations from several angels, we were able to provide technology textbooks to this rural school. We applaud the work and devotion of its founder and owner!
If you are interested in being part of our outreach program, please use the Donate button on the left sidebar. If you are interested in receiving for free technology assistance in the form of ebooks, please fill out the form below so we can chat: