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The Loudoun Education Foundation

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Philanthropy, Private Grantmaking Foundations

Mission: To invest community resources

Programs: Grant programs: all expenses incurred to provide grants to teachers, administrators and parent support organizations for innovative academic projects. Grants awarded include (1) classroom grant awards to teachers to supplement and/or enhance the standard curriculum and ordinary teaching methods; (2) multi-cultural grants to assist schools implement programs on multicultural education, targeted primarily towards students to help them better understand and embrace diversity; (3) parent support group grants available to pto, pta and other parent support groups to reward or promote academic achievement; and (4) special program grants outside of the normal grant application cycle for specialized programs such as art purchase awards, social science fair awards, and summer school grants.

recognition functions: all expenses incurred to recognize excellence in education and outstanding teachers in loudoun county. Recognition functions primarily include (1) the annual excellence in education banquet honoring loudoun county's top academic high school performers and (2) the outstanding teachers banquet honoring loudoun county teachers nominated for the washington post's agnes meyer outstanding teacher award.

scholarships: all expenses incurred to provide scholarships to students, teachers, and classified employees in loudoun county. Scholarship programs include (1) future educator scholarships for loudoun county public high school seniors, (2) teacher scholarships for current loudoun county public school teachers seeking endorsements in critical teaching shortage areas, and (3) classified scholarships for loudoun county public school classified personnel to further their education.

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