National Signature Grant Application
The Rural Schools Collaborative’s Grants in Place program is a modest grant program that encourages rural school district teachers to engage their students in place based education.

Our NATIONAL SIGNATURE GRANT AWARD is a $2,500 grant to an outstanding and innovative classroom project that exemplifies the very best in rural, place-based education. The National Signature Project award is open to any rural classroom teacher in the United States, and is jointly funded by the Rural Schools Collaborative and the National Rural Education Association.

We know 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.

Thank you for applying - please complete the fields below! We look forward to reviewing your application.

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First Name *
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Last Name *
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Phone Number *
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District Name *
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School Name *
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Superintendent Name *
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Superintendent Email Address *
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School Street Address *
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School City, State, & Zip Code *
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Total Amount Requested from Grants in Place *
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Total Cost of Project *
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Are there matching funds? *
If so, how much?
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Project Name *
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Project Narrative (not to exceed 2000 characters) *
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