Introducing the Accelerate Grant

Cerebellum Corportation, the creators of the Standard Deviants educational resources, are awarding one school in need a full year’s access to the new Standard Deviants Accelerate education site.

“SDAccelerate” is an educational website featuring video, audio, and written content along with RTI, Differentiated Instruction, quizzes, group activities, critical thinking questions and much more. SDAccelerate is available in several subjects for middle and high school students. It supplements the curriculum taught in a classroom, can be assigned as homework, and can even be used as a homeschool resource. The recipient of the Accelerate Grant will get a year’s access to a single subject of his or her choice for one teacher and an unlimited number of students. 

Deadline: March 1, 2013
What you get: A full year’s access to single subject of your choice (middle/high school subjects offered).

Who can apply: Any school, institution, or educator in the U.S. with access to the internet. Homeschoolers, homeschool co-ops, and libraries are welcome to apply. SDAccelerate is an online product, and therefore students must have access to the internet to benefit from this grant. Please note that middle school and high school level subjects are available. Review available subjects.

 
How to Apply:
1. Tell us why your students need the SDAccelerate education site and explain your school’s financial state, in as much detail as possible
2. Email customerservice@sdahelp.com or make a post on our Facebook page
3. Tell your friends and colleagues!

Grant recipients will be announced on Facebook and/or contacted directly. The recipient will also be featured on our websites, so apply now!

NOTE: The Accelerate Grant is NOT a contest. The Accelerate Grant is a competitive international grant program with recipients chosen by a committee based on the financial need of the school or institution.

Additional Funding Help:

Click here to download information on funding opportunities (.pdf)

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