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DescriptionFounded in 1966, the Foundation supports K-12 education projects exclusively in the U.S. that build global perspectives in teachers and students. Grants are awarded in the following strategy areas: Internationalizing Teacher Preparation and Innovations in International Education. Internationalizing Teacher Preparation and Innovation grants support efforts to expand pre-service teachers' global knowledge and skills. International Education grants support strategic field-building activities that help address gaps in global knowledge or capacity, with a particular interest in bringing international knowledge and skills to out-of-school time programming and to career and technical education, including international children's literature in literacy building initiatives, and internationalizing U.S. history resources. The application process includes an eligibility quiz, a short form Letter of Intent, and a Full Proposal by invitation only. Visit the Web site for more information.
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