Up to 30 mini-grants consisting of an average of $1000 per grant will be available for TIP groups to conduct Anchor Action Research. An Anchor Action Research team consists of NET-Q partners, university faculty, and interns who conduct site-based research focused on increasing the academic achievement of P-12 students at either the classroom or school level. These studies originate with the teacher and/or professor where the topics for studies focus on the following: (1) change in instructional practice, and/or (2) change in delivery of the curriculum.