Introducing the Sharing the Dream blog!

Welcome to the National Association of Elementary School Principal’s Sharing the Dream grant program blog.

Sharing the Dream, funded with generous support from MetLife Foundation, encourages K-8 principals to create global classrooms where children can grow and learn together as world citizens.

On the blog we’ll post news and announcements about Sharing the Dream and what our grantees have accomplished. We’ll discuss ideas, tips and strategies, and exchange resources that can help educators deepen their students’ respect and understanding of different cultures and viewpoints.

We want this blog to be an online community, and encourage you to contribute to the discussion by sharing your comments, ideas, thoughts and challenges. Be sure to check in frequently, and sign up to be notified whenever a new post is published.

See our About Us page to learn about the history of the Sharing the Dream grant. To apply for a grant, click here.

Together we can share the dream of preparing students for the 21st century.

Margaret Evans

Sharing the Dream Project Manager

Do you have a question about the Sharing the Dream grant, or an idea for the blog? Contact me here.

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Sharing the Dream

Grants for pre-K-8 school projects that create global classrooms where children—and families—can safely connect, exchange ideas and learn together.

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