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Voya Unsung Heroes
Each year, 50 educators are selected to receive $2,000 to help fund their innovative class projects.
Grants are given to K-12 educators utilizing new teaching methods and techniques that improve learning.
Employed by an accredited K-12 public or private school located in the United States.
Full-time educators, teachers, principals, paraprofessionals, or classified staff with
effective and innovative projects that improve student learning
$2,000 – $25,000
Grant Award Details:
Each year, 50 educators are selected to receive $2,000 to help fund their innovative class projects. Three of those are chosen to receive the top awards of an additional $5,000, $10,000 and $25,000.
April 30, 2020
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Current and Past Grant Winners
Plympton Teacher Receives ING Unsung Heroes Grant
(Sep 10, 2013)
Shawn Avery, a teacher at Dennett Elementary in Plympton, submitted one of the winning programs in the 2013 ING Unsung Heroes competition. He is going back to school with a $2,000 ING Unsung Heroes grant. By receiving the ING Unsung Heroes award, Avery is recognized as one of the nationâ€™s most innovative educators. He is one of only 100 winners across the country who is receiving a $2,000 award to help fund â€œMath Movie Network,â€ his creative idea and bring it to life.
Dennett Elementary School
Science Teacher Is Named 'Unsung Hero'
(Sep 6, 2013)
By receiving the ING Unsung Heroes award, Dr. Harty is recognized as one of the nationâ€™s most innovative educators. He is one of only 100 winners across the country who is receiving a $2,000 award to help fund â€œSeeing the Invisible: Student Discovery of the Hidden World of Light and Motion,â€ his creative idea and bring it to life.
Jasper County High School
Dayton Teacher Wins Unsung Heroes 2012 Award
(Sep 29, 2012)
Christine Koch, a gifted-and-talented education teacher at Dayton Intermediate School, won a $2,000 award through the ING Unsung Heroes program for her innovative classroom teaching methods. Koch was recognized for a bridge-building project, in which students work in groups to build a bridge in order to solve a problem such as transporting food over a ravine.
Dayton Intermediate School
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