Below are list of grants and other resources that might be helpful to teachers.
Idaho Humanities Council Grant
Any Idaho non-profit or government agency may also apply for projects which focus on K-12 teachers. This grant is available to all Idaho K-12 teachers and schools and can be used to fund field trips, teachers workshops, book purchases, and conference attendance fees. The grant can be up to $1000.
Idaho CapED Foundation Grant
The Foundation awards grants to Idaho Pre-K through 12th grade teachers and educators to be used for specific and innovative educational classroom projects and school programs. If you are an Idaho teacher or educator at an accredited Idaho school, Pre-K-12, you can apply to receive an $800 grant for your classroom!
Idaho State Department of Education Grants
The Idaho State Department of Education (SDE) offers various awards, grant opportunities, and recognition programs to support schools and districts.
Smithsonian Education Summit
An in-person and virtual conference covering many different aspects and topics that affect teachers!
Smithsonian Educator Resources
This link provides many free resources provided by the Smithsonian.
Smithsonian Poster Displays
The Smithsonian offers free poster displays that cover many varied topics.
Smithsonian Traveling Trunk Program
Traveling trunks offer interactive programming in a fun and exciting way. This program is offered free to teachers.
Idaho State Historical Society Traveling Trunk Program
Bring the Idaho State Museum to You!
Thanks to the generosity of the Minidoka National Historic Site, the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, and the Governor’s Lewis and Clark Trail Committee, traveling trunks are currently offered free of charge to Idaho teachers.