The Minnesota Business Partnership Education Foundation, partnering with CenturyLink, is proud once again to administer the Teachers & Technology Grant Program. Since 2007, the program has distributed more than $800,000 to public school teachers across Minnesota.
The CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Grant Program is a competitive grant open to Minnesota public and private school teachers. The program, administered by the Minnesota Business Partnership (MBP) Education Foundation, aims to improve E-12 education by:
Recognizing teachers who are finding innovative ways to integrate technology into their curriculum and teaching practices to improve student achievement
Raising awareness of how teachers are finding creative ways to use technology to improve learning
Modeling best practices of technology integration and application
Now accepting applications for the the 2015 CenturyLink Teachers & Technology Grant. Deadline to apply is January 2, 2015. Apply today!
Grant Awards & Eligibility
The program will consider requests up to $5,000 submitted by educators who meet the following criteria:
The applicant must be a teacher in a Minnesota public or private school.
The school must be located in the CenturyLink service area but need NOT be a CenturyLink customer.
The school must be open and operating for at least one year prior to applying for the grant.
Neither the teacher nor school has received a CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Grant in the past year.
The press release announcing the winners of the 2014 Teachers & Technology grants can be found here.