The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) has announced 2016 available education funding from the federal government. The FY 2016 Omnibus Appropriations Bill was passed in December 2015 and gives the Department of Education a $1.2 billion increase over the 2015 level. You can read the entire announcement HERE.
STEM funding received a significant boost because of this bill. Several available grants provide money for Math Science Partnerships (MSP), 21st Century Learning Community Centers, and National Science Foundation programs, among others. Brockport Research Institute can assist your school or district apply for any number of the grants listed HERE.
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