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Ezra Jack Keats Minigrant
An EJK Mini-Grant program is a creative and innovative activity … that takes place in class or out in the community … provides an enriched experience … and is funded solely by the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. It is an opportunity for a public school t...
An EJK Mini-Grant program is a creative and innovative activity … that takes place in class or out in the community … provides an enriched experience … and is funded solely by the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. It is an opportunity for a public school teacher or librarian to present a special project outside the standard curriculum or an engaging way to help students meet curricular goals.
Public schools, public libraries, preschools and Head Start programs are eligible for EJK Mini-Grants. Private schools, parochial schools, charter schools and not-for-profit organizations are not eligible.
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Current and Past Grant Winners
Ezra Jack Keats FOUNDATION Mini-Grant
(May 22, 2017)
The Pawling Library received a mini-grant from the Ezra Jackson Keats Foundation, an organization which supports literacy and creative expression in children. Out of hundreds of applicants, 64 teachers and librarians across the country, including Kate, our Young Adult Program Coordinator, were awarded a mini-grant to fund a unique and creative program for students this year.
Ezra Jack Keats Minigrant Program 2017 Recipients
CMS Educators Awarded an Ezra Jack Keats Mini-Grant
(May 19, 2016)
This year Ms. Hancock and Ms. Buesteton are among the 64 teachers and librarians in 26 states who were awarded Mini-Grants for programs that convey a love of learning to their students. They lead by example as well as practice.
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