In partnership with Quaker Valley School District, the Grable Foundation has generously granted us scholarship funds to help deserving teachers and schools the opportunity to participate in a world-class conference.
This Project Zero Perspectives conference is an exceptional and transformational professional learning opportunity for teachers and school leaders. We hope these scholarships will allow your school to send more teachers and school leaders than would otherwise be able to attend without financial support.
Applications will be considered individually upon receipt and awards will be made on a rolling basis. You can expect to hear from us regarding your Project Zero Conference scholarship award within three weeks of applying.
To encourage collaboration and further development of Project Zero ideas in your school, we require a team of at least 2 people from one institution attending the conference. Team members must be committed to attending both days of the conference and fully participating.
Please note each scholarship grant will be dependent on how many people an organization is sending and, should there be changes in team numbers, we reserve the right to adjust our grant amount to each organization.
Awards are restricted to Pittsburgh and the greater Remake Learning Network-area public school teachers, school leaders, and child advocates. Awards will be made at the sole discretion of conference organizers.