Apply now for a PASCO $1,000 wireless sensor grant!

Are you a science teacher who loves hands-on experimentation? Are you curious about using innovative methods to measure phenomena in the classroom? We want to hear how your class would benefit from implementing sensor technology. Are you a middle school science teacher who would like to introduce your students to the study of light? Or are you a community college physics professor who would like to demonstrate collisions in your lab? We welcome applications from all current science teachers at all grade levels. Tell us about your vision!

Throughout 2020, we’re celebrating STEM education by awarding twenty $1,000 grants to educators* across the United States. Each recipient will receive a $1,000 grant to bring PASCO wireless sensors** into their classroom.

How would you use your $1,000 wireless sensor grant?

Apply below and let us know!

Deadline for applications is October 31st 2020.

PASCO will start awarding grants during the NSTA Conference this spring in Boston (April 2-5, 2020).

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* Only current science and district educators teaching at public and private education institutions in the United States are eligible for PASCO grants.

** Choose from these PASCO wireless sensor products: Smart Cart (red/ME-1240 or blue/ME-1241); Wireless Spectrometer (PS-2600); AirLink (PS-3200); and our range of Wireless Sensors (PS-3201 - PS-3231).