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The development, implementation, and study of TI was made possible by generous grants and awards from the National Science Foundation, the Dreyfus Foundation, and Grand Valley State University.
NSF (2006) awarded GVSU $1.3 million to study the effects of Target Inquiry on teachers and students.
The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences (2005) awarded Target Inquiry $116K to support its first teacher cohort.
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The development of the TI program was supported by the Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center through grants totaling $22K.
GVSU Research and Development supported the early on study of TI by granting $2K.
The Provost and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean awarded $71K to Target Inquiry to support its second teacher cohort.