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This site allows you to view all funding opportunities offered by the CDE including competitive, non-competitive, and formula grants
Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies. Grants.gov is THE single access point for over 900 grant programs offered by the 26 Federal grant-making agencies.
This site allows you to identify grant programs within some State of California agencies and departments. The information on this website is maintained sporadically by individual state grant managers.
This site offers instruction on grant writing, letters of inquiry, hundreds of tips, research, getting started and more – all free.
NSF is a large federal entity that funds education and research projects in science, technology, engineering, and math.  This link will allow you to find grants.
To receive daily announcements of all types of funding opportunities, call 619.685-2292 
A comprehensive site for school grants and fundraisers.  Site includes access to consulting services, discussion group for school grant writers, grant writing & fundraising tips, and a huge list of links to other resources.
This is a step-by-step guide for proposal writing, from start to finish, with sample successful proposals, links, sample letters of support/collaboration, checklists, and more.  Cost $49.95 plus $5 shipping/handling.
This is the main website for the State of CA.
The Federal Register
The Federal Register is a daily publication of the US Government that announces federal grant opportunities (and other information) from most federal agencies, including the US Dept of Education, Health & Human Services Dept., and many more. To subscribe to the Federal Register Table of Contents LISTSERV, go to http://listserv.access.gpo.gov and select Online mailing list archives, FEDREGTOC-L, Join or leave the list (or change settings); then follow the instructions. 
Your Gateway to Philanthropy on the Web
The World’s Leader in grant information and grantsmanship training.
This contains a list of all grants offered by the San Diego Foundation including the popular San Diego Teacher’s Fund.
The above link is the opening page on Grants and Contracts from the US Department of Education.  
This document lists all current and anticipated funding opportunities at the US Department of Education.
For the student seeking a grant, the proposal is an incredibly important part of the process. The facts of the scenario can only sway the committee so much. The format and style of the proposal is paramount to achieving a positive result. The following tips have been collected from various different sources, including universities, government organizations, and professors; they tend to agree on the major issues with proposals. This article will serve to help students better prepare and write their proposal and increase their chances of a favorable response.

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