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|13. State Grants
To qualify for state aid, you must be a resident of Alabama. Information on the following programs may also be obtained from your county or city board of education. You may also contact Linda Clark for questions about residency requirements and qualifications at 206 Student Services Center or Box 870134, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35487-0134 or by telephone (205) 348-5575.
The Technology Scholarship Program. T-SPAT offers tuition assistance for three technology courses to teachers working toward a master's degree in Education. For more specific information, contact the Alabama Commission on Higher Education, 100 North Union Street P.O. Box 302000, Montgomery, AL 36197-2000; telephone (334) 242-1998. www.studentaid.state.al.us
PACERS Program includes scholarships and other forms of financial assistance are available to teachers seeking to enhance their Spanish language and cultural skills or pursuing the master's degree in Spanish. On occasion, some tuition assistance may be available to teachers from small schools seeking certification in library service. For further information, please contact the Director, Program for Rural Services and Research, 8 Bryce Lawn, Box 870372, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0372; (205) 348-6432. www.pacers.org
The Alabama Army National Guard
education assistance program is funded annually by the state
legislature. The program is designed to supplement available federal
programs. For more information, write Alabama Army National Guard,
AL-IMB (ESO), P.O. Box 3711, Montgomery, AL 36193-4701.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE HANDBOOK
Update: Sep. 2007