2004 Grant Recipients

Heritage College, Toppenish, WA

Support for the training of bi-lingual paraprofessionals to become certified teachers

Cesar Chavez Public Charter High School for Public Policy, Washington, D.C.

Support for faculty summer fellowships at public policy organizations

Snow Hill Primary School, Snow Hill, N.C.

Support for dual language immersion program

Penikese Island School, Woods Hole, Mass

Support for teacher stipends for professional development at a non-traditional school setting

Oneida Special School District, Oneida, Tenn.

Support for professional development opportunities in science for teachers in ten rural school districts

Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Inc.

Support for a two-semester student teaching experience

Cumberland County Schools, Fayetteville, N.C.

Support for the expansion of Accelerated Schools Plus initiative

Rocky Mountain Deaf School, Lakewood, CO

Support for professional development opportunities for teachers in the area of literacy and language development