Grants from the One8 Foundation
The One8 Foundation offers school implementation and scaling grants for best-in-class applied learning and STEM programs in Massachusetts schools.
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) provides the nation’s leading K-12 engineering, computer science and biomedical science courses using applied learning so students learn by solving real world problems.
Learn more about PLTW here.
Start or expand your school’s PLTW program with grants from the One8 Foundation and the State of Massachusetts. Grants cover teacher training, durable equipment, and technology.
- Open to all public schools (K-12) in Massachusetts
- Competitive preference for schools with significant number of students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds
- Competitive preference for high schools applying for Biomedical Science and/or Computer Science
- Competitive preference for districts building out multi-school pathways (e.g., 6-12 or K-12)
2020-2021 Application and Timeline:
Applications follow a two step process, with invitations to submit Part 2 sent out based on Part 1 submission. Given the uncertainty of the school year, we will accept applications on a rolling basis as listed below:
Part 1 due: Dec. 11, 2020
Part 2 due: Jan. 15, 2021
Notifications: Feb. 5, 2021
Part 1 due: Jan. 8, 2021
Part 2 due: Feb. 12, 2021
Notifications: Mar. 5, 2021
Part 1 due: Mar. 12, 2021
Part 2 due: Apr. 16, 2021
Notifications: May 7, 2021
Part 1 due: Apr. 26, 2021
Part 2 due: May 14, 2021
Notifications: June 4, 2021
ST Math is an engaging, highly effective visual, conceptual math program based on neuroscience of how the brain learns. The program is aligned to K-5 standards and delivers results for ALL students. STMath builds conceptual math understanding, a love of math and confidence in math ability at early ages.
Learn more about ST Math here.
The grant application for the SY21-22 school year has closed. Please get in touch if you are interested to learn more.
Schools awarded a grant become members of the OpenSciEd Massachusetts Program. Members of the Massachusetts Program receive funding to offset training and durable equipment costs, implementation support, priority access to in-state OSE training, as well as additional professional learning resources & student programming.
- Open to all public schools in Massachusetts that have students in grades 6, 7, and/or 8
- Schools must be in districts with at least 15% of students designated as economically disadvantaged
- A three-year implementation plan that leads to whole school participation and full OSE curriculum adoption
- Competitive preference for teams that demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to OSE’s instructional approach
The grant application for the SY21-22 school year has closed.
PBLWorks (formerly The Buck Institute for Education) builds capacity of educators to design and facilitate high-quality K-12 project based learning across all grades and disciplines.
Learn more about PBLWorks here.