Administrators and central office personnel are not the only educators writing grants. Classroom teachers are finding that grants can provide an excellent source of funding for special classroom projects, school-wide programmes, and even personal growth opportunities. This book is designed to assist educators and others interested in grant writing in using the Internet as a resource to help locate funding sources and other sites that may prove useful when seeking funding. After reading Chapter II's preliminary information on search engines, prospective grant writers can learn about U.S. as well as state Departments of Education, foundations and educational organizations and associations, and more. The author also covers mailing lists, discussion groups, and the most efficient ways to use e-mail addresses.
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Author Biography - Susan Peterson
Susan D. Peterson, Ph.D. is currently the Director of the Center for Academic Excellence at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas. She has written and received numerous grants and served on grant-writing teams for school and nonprofit agencies. She conducts in-service sessions for educators and others about grant writing-specifically, how to make use of the internet to research funding sources, data, and grant-writing tips.