Partnerships and Programs
Grants and Donors
The SchoolsFirst Center for Creativity and Critical Thinking in Schools was officially named in April 2009 with a generous gift of $250,000 from SchoolsFirst Credit Union. This donation provides general funding for all Center operations and activities.
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The Center collaborates with a variety of community partners on a a wide array of projects. Professional development workshops and training for teachers is an area of expertise for the Center for Creativity and Critical Thinking.
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The Center sponsors projects related to its mission of enhancing P-12 students’ 21st century learning.
The Faculty Fellowships program intends to support selected projects (such as research and workshops) taught by interdisciplinary faculty.
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