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Funding and Grant for Splash Math

We understand that finding and securing funding sources can be critical to meeting your educational goals. At Splash Math, we will support your funding search and provide resources to aid in this effort. Splash Math program ensures that we meet the goals of many funding sources, so you can help every student achieve math proficiency.

Funding Sources:

Federal Sources - Title I, Part A (Title I) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended (ESEA) provides financial assistance to local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. Learn more >>

State and Local Sources - Many times, the quickest and easiest way for schools to access funds is to look at their existing budget. The best source of information about state-specific funding is to look at your state department of education’s website for a list of grant opportunities. Learn more >>

Math Community – There are various Math Communities that help districts and schools with high numbers of disadvantaged children in meeting challenging learning standards by providing additional academic support and opportunities. Below are some of the excellent math communities:

Corporate or Private Funding – Private Funding makes it easier for educators, school libraries, and parents to find school funding. Below are some of the websites to research, find, and secure private grant opportunities:

Grant Writing Tips:

The most important thing for grant-writers to remember is that they might submit a perfect application and still receive a rejection. Most foundations have limited resources with which to fund projects.  Do not get discouraged if you get a rejection from a possible funding source.  Below are some of the key tips:

  • 1. READ the grantor's guidelines and instructions carefully.  Your program must be in line with the funding agency's priorities.
  • 2. Grantors usually invest in supplemental programs. Try proposing a project that puts a fresh spin on an existing idea.
  • 3. Keep your goals realistic! It is important to have an evaluation plan. 
  • 4. Do your homework on costs prior to submitting your application and be sure to explain your budget.

At Splash Math, we can help you proof read the grant application and provide all the help interms of customer testimonials, product evaluation, pricing and all the necessities required to apply and get the funding. You can follow the link for more tips on grant writing. http://www.k12grants.org/tips.htm