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Classroom of the Future Foundation Accepting Grant Applications

Classroom of the Future Foundation Accepting Grant Applications

A total of $25,000 in Innovation in Education STEAM grants are available for San Diego County K-12 school districts and charter schools through the Classroom of the Future Foundation (CFF). The 2024 request for applications form is available online.

Nominations of innovative classroom programs are also accepted by business and community leaders.

The deadline to apply is Feb. 9, at 11:59 p.m. Act now to submit an application for one of four awards.

Award Categories

Inspire Award ($5,000)

The Inspire Award is given to programs that inspire, excite, motivate, spark, and/or influence students to learn and teachers to teach through exceptional, unprecedented, or extraordinary programs.

Innovation Award ($5,000)

The Innovation Award showcases the creative innovations of the programs that facilitate enhanced teaching and learning. This award specifically focuses on the uniqueness of the "program actions" that promote teacher innovation, increase student interest, and drive performance and achievement.

Achieve Award ($5,000)

The Achieve Award showcases innovative programs that are able to quantify program results and/or achievements that drive student learning. It specifically focuses on the "program evidence" that directly correlates to positive student outcomes.

Impact Award ($10,000)

The Impact Award is the most prestigious award given to a program that embodies all of the attributes from the other three awards: inspire, innovate, and achieve, which culminate to realize the impact on teachers, students, and the community.


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