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Homeland Security Grants and Elementary Schools-Part 2

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Just how much should young people be required to learn in order to develop our next generation of Homeland security experts? Should the Constitution and military weaponry be included in the instruction delivery? What about other issues such as preventing breeding grounds for "home grown terrorism? The Department of Homeland Security is seeking solutions to educate and encourage interest in young people to choose woring in the field of Homeland Security. GRANT INFORMATION Category: Homeland Security Science and Technology (S&T) is soliciting individuals or teams to research, create, develop, deploy and evaluate innovative educational tools, approaches and resources to educate and inspire the next generation homeland security workforce. It covers elementary school to post doctoral programs, and includes ongoing professional development of the National Homeland Security workforce. FULL NAME: Researching, Creating, Developing, Deploying and Evaluating Innovative Educational Tools, Approaches & Resources to Advance Intellectual Basis for a National Homeland Security S&T Workforce Funding Agency: Office of Procurement Operations - Grants Division Funding Amount: $400,000 Current Closing Date for Applications: Feb 28, 2010 GANT INFO LINK: http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=YlHQLB0Q2LGShgz1zJTq6gnvLrX3FhkCTDHp93y5hg9vnG3jJVz6!-1299818899?oppId=49251&mode=VIEW This series of programs are designed to offer tangible solutions to the critical issues that are challenging the quality of life in various populations. Each segment will begin with a clearly stated problem, along statistics about the problem before inviting participants to help develop workable solutions. We invite forward thinkers, entrepreneurs and solutions oriented talkers to engage in meaningful problem solving.