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What Have You Been Reading 2018?

Looking back at 2018, we have complied a list of the five most-read blog posts on Discover GetEdFunding. If you have not looked through all the resources yet, we encourage you to check them out. Continue Reading

Tell Us What you Think Readership Survey 2018

You are invited to participate in a brief survey about GetEdFunding.com. We would love to hear from you! (The survey will take approximately five minutes to complete.) Continue Reading

GetEdFunding for Beginners

If you’ve discovered GetEdFunding.com and registered for an account, you are now ready to get started with grant writing. But how and where do you begin? Here is a helpful guide on how to use the GetEdFunding database to make the most of the available resources. Continue Reading

Optimize Your GetEdFunding Grant Search

GetEdFunding has updated its Custom Search to help you find the funding for your needs. Read our tips to make the most of our custom search feature: Continue Reading

Special Education

Using the Custom Search for Special Needs

While finding funding for schools and teachers is laborious at best, finding funding for special needs students or classrooms can be downright discouraging. Special needs materials are often more costly than general education materials, so how do you go about finding the best grants to support your needs? Continue Reading

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How to Find Grants for Private or Parochial Schools

Finding grants for private or parochial schools can be a challenge. Many funders give only to public schools or do not give to faith-based organizations. However, there are funders seeking to specifically fund private or parochial schools. Outlined below are five ways to uncover funding as a private or parochial school. Continue Reading

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How To Develop a Clear Funding Vision

It is important to know exactly what you’re looking for before launching your funding search. A clear vision allows you to quickly weed out ill-fitting opportunities and focus on researching more viable options.

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