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Teacher Innovation and Support Fund

The Teacher Innovation and Support Fund supports projects that assist in providing better student and teacher experiences within today's classrooms. The goal of this fund is to have local, innovative ideas be brought forward to continue to enhance our classrooms in such areas as student achievement, student and teacher wellness, and school safety.

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1. Benefits

The fund provides $2.5 million for the 2024-25 school year. Each project will be a minimum of $10,000 and cannot exceed $75,000.

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2. Eligibility

The goal of this fund is to have local innovative ideas be brought forward to continue to enhance classrooms in such areas as student achievement, student and teacher wellness, and school safety.

Teachers are eligible to apply and must work with their school administration for approval of the application.

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3. Apply

Applications may be submitted at any point in the 2023-24 or 2024-25 school year. Review and approval will occur regularly throughout the year.

Once you have completed the application, submit to:

Thomas Sierzycki
Northern Advisor
Ministry of Education
thomas.sierzycki@gov.sk.ca
306-425-4382

Complete the application

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4. Further Information

Funding will be granted to school divisions once projects are approved.

By June 30, 2025, approved applicants must submit a report of their project providing details including:

  • number of students impacted;
  • results;
  • challenges; and
  • learnings.

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