Judy Riffle, Ed.D, is a former teacher, university mentor, and K-12 central office administrator with degrees in special education, Deaf education and educational leadership. She was a school district Director of Federal and State Programs in Arizona, including additional hats as a grant writer/manager, English Language Learner Director, Homeless Student Liaison, technology committee facilitator, fundraiser and teacher professional development coordinator. Dr. Riffle began writing state, federal, corporate and foundation grants in 2008 for a school district, and branched out to independent grant consulting in 2011. Since 2012, she has served on six federal grant review panels. Encompassing over 20 years of experience in the field of education, she also serves on the Grant Professionals Association Grant News Publications Subcommittee, Grant Professionals Foundation Marketing Committee, the GPF Silent Auction Committee, and several nonprofit Governing Boards.
Unfortunately, the freedom to read is constantly under attack — but these grants can help
There are various ways to search for education grants, including free databases and paid subscriptions
Schools and libraries can apply for funding between June 29 and August 13, 2021
When a teacher has the tools necessary to manage traumatic stress and empower their students, the school community thrives
Dr. Judy Riffle answers some of the most commonly asked questions regarding the ARP and SVPP
Dr. Judy Riffle breaks down the billions in education funding provided via the recently enacted federal FY 2021 appropriations bill
As districts transition back to in-person learning, the need for school safety has never been greater
Dr. Judy Riffle shares COVID-19 funding solutions for hard-hit K-12 schools
Public schools are chronically underfunded; Dr. Judy Riffle shares some innovative strategies for bringing in much-needed funds
Dr. Judy Riffle shares her top 10 must-know books for professional grant writers looking to hone their craft
What will a new federal administration bring to our country and to education?
A quality, competitive grant proposal needs to spell out all acronyms
These private foundation and corporate grants are available to teachers and schools this academic year
There are really no good options for returning to school this fall, but these resources may be able to help with much-needed funding
While the Trump administration has made it decidedly more difficult for LGBTQ students to be treated equally in schools, these organizations are hoping to stem the tide
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