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PPE 565 Teaching Physical Activity Concepts

This guide is intended to support students in PPE 465/565.

Resources for Finding & Writing a Grant

Arizona Grants for Teachers
Grants for Arizona public school teachers "for the improvement of education ... classroom supplies, innovative teaching strategies and professional development teaching opportunities.

Grant Gopher
Available grants for schools, nonprofits and municipalities.

Raising Arizona Kids
Awards are a fixed amount of money to use for supplies and curricula materials.

Wells Fargo Teacher Partner Grants
Financial support for classroom books or supplies, field trips, classroom technology and/or professional development. 

Funding at ASU
The first place to look for ASU researchers. Search funding opportunities and to set up customized alerts based on your research interests. Here you will also find out how to compete for a limited submission opportunity.
Compilation of federal grants, managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Foundation Directory Online
Only available to ASU affiliates. Includes information on over 96,000 U.S. foundations and corporate donors, 1.5 million recent grants, and more than 400,000 key decision makers.


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