Rural Schools Collaborative knows that place-based education gives meaning to learning, strengthens the bonds between school and community, and instills pride in the cultures and histories of rural places and small towns. That's why we support classroom teachers across the country in creating these rich and meaningful experiences for rural students.
Please note that this application is for teachers in the Black Belt region of Alabama, for projects in the 2018-19 school year. View our other Grants in Place regions at: ruralschoolscollaborative.org/support-for-teachers/grants-in-place
Please note that Alabama recipients will be expected to attend one day of the University of West Alabama's Digging into Rural Traditions Conference, which will be held September 17-18 in Livingston. The Rural Schools Collaborative will work with districts on substitute teacher fees.
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