Steelcase Education to Supply Active Learning Classrooms to Schools

Up to 15 grant recipients will have the opportunity to install one of four learning environments featuring Steelcase Education’s furniture and technology.
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Steelcase Education has launched the second annual Active Learning Center (ALC)Grant, a program to provide active learning spaces to schools across United States, Canada and Mexico. Applications are being accepted onlinethrough February 12, 2016.

Steelcase Education will award up to 15 schools with a new classroom, valued at $62,000. 

Applicants to the program are asked to describe the desired pedagogy they plan to employ and how the new active learning classroom will positively impact teaching and learning. Grantees will be selected based on their commitment to active learning strategies and how they plan to measure student success and share their learnings with the broader education community. 

Winners of this year’s grant will be announced in March 2016.

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