The Million Girls Moonshot Initiative plans to immerse one million female middle-school students in STEM in the next five years, according to a District Administration article.
Found yourself trying to figure out how to pay for resources your class could really use again? Teachers Pay Teachers is such a great resource – for lesson planning, teaching, supplements, and more. It’s also a great resource to help fund the purchases of anything offered on TpT. We found this blog from Teachers Pay Teachers with Tips from 4 Teachers on How to Fundraise for TpT ClassFund™ and summarized the most basic ideas shared in it.
Are you looking to add technological materials and supplies to your school in 2019-2020?
Budgeting is an important part of your STEM journey. STEM purchases can be expensive, especially when equipment like 3D printers and CNC machines are on the list, but by keeping close tabs on your budget, the process doesn’t have to be stressful. This post will explore some helpful basics for budgeting.
The article “5 Tips for Easy Budgeting” by Amanda Rae Koslow in the NACA magazine outlines some very helpful yet simple methods to utilize in any of your budgeting strategies.
Finding funds for new initiatives within your district can be a daunting task. It’s often necessary for schools to go beyond existing budgets in order to supply their technology teams with the resources necessary to keep up with the rapid evolutions in tech. Many of these schools turn to grant writing as an effective path toward funding outside their budget.