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Utah teachers can now apply for up to $1000 in funding for classroom resources

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Utah – In order to qualify for K-12 public school teacher projects, the Utah State Board of Education will now be donating $1000 in federal relief funding.

The board will be giving up to $1,000 to Utah educators’ projects requesting classroom resources to support students.

The effort comes as a response to COVID-19.

Teachers will be able to use DonorsChoose to apply for funding and will receive the money shortly after approval.

Here’s how to qualify:

• Teach PreK-12 in a Utah public school.
• Register at DonorsChoose.org/teachers if you don’t already have a DonorsChoose account.
• Create a new project on or after January 18th, 2022.
• On the “HI” page while creating your project, enter the campaign code “UTAH” by clicking “Apply a campaign code.”

 

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