Department of Education
Seeking next-gen educational simulations that strengthen career and technical skills
Closed OnJan 17, 2017
Facilitating Relationships. Empowering Students. Amplifying HBCU/TCU Talent.
Closed OnJun 06, 2016
$200,000 in cash prizes and $378,000 in in-kind prizes to bring more makerspaces to American high schools
Closed OnApr 01, 2016
Design apps to help students navigate education and career options
Closed OnDec 07, 2015
E3! is a new Ambassadors Program that "Educates, Engages, and Empowers" the next generation of leaders committed to advocating for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). The E3! Ambassadors Program affords young leaders the opportunity to brainstorm and implement their own unique ideas to help improve the overall quality of life for AAPIs across the country.
Closed OnAug 27, 2014
Challenging schools, national service programs, higher education institutions, and community and faith-based organizations to work together to propel improvement of our lowest-performing schools.
Closed OnJun 29, 2012
Empowering students to tackle tough education challenges as innovators and entrepreneurs.
Closed OnMay 01, 2012
How can interactive technology and game-based learning improve teaching and learning?
Closed OnMar 06, 2012
Few people know what net price means and even fewer know to look for a colleges net price calculator on its website. Help us get the word out!
Closed OnFeb 01, 2012
The Commencement Challenge invites public high schools across the country to demonstrate how their school best prepares them for college and a career.
Closed OnMar 11, 2011
What keeps educators up at night? The NEA Foundation believes that as public school educators grapple with classroom problems, new ideas will be born that may transform public education
Closed OnJan 15, 2011
Your ideas for how you would partner with the federal government to make a meaningful impact on the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Proposals may include innovation, enhanced infrastructure, or a solution for a hot topic issue.
Closed OnApr 15, 2014