Council for Exceptional Children

Mini-Grant for Teachers



 The Education Fund is seeking applications for the following areas:

  • Behavior Modification
  • Transition for Special Education Students
  • Technology
  • Access to the Curriculum

Application requirements:

  • Open to all PK-12 special education teachers
  • Grants of $500 will be dispersed to the top 10 applicants (5 first year teacher grants and 5 for those with 2 or more years).
  • Grant recipients will be recognized by the Council for Exceptional Children
  • Applicants must provide proof of employment to receive funds.


For more information, contact: Stephen Wills , Mini-Grant Chair Person,; 478-607-1572





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