The Toyota USA Foundation, a charitable endowment supporting K-12 math and science education, today announced $3.3 million in new grants. The latest round of grants is going to 12 organizations from across the country.
"During these challenging economic times, we are pleased to support these excellent programs," said Patricia Salas Pineda, group vice president of Toyota Motor North America. "These grants are an investment in the future of our teachers and young people and will give them invaluable skills for the future."
The Toyota USA Foundation supports quality K-12 programs that improve the teaching and learning of mathematics, science, and environmental education. The foundation places a high priority on:
University of UCHEM Texas at Austin Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Austin, TX - Launch an updated version of $403,758 "ChemBridge," a dual credit on-line chemistry course for high school seniors that would create a smoother transition from high school to university.