Three Things You Should Know About the Stuart Foundation’s Grantmaking

If you’re working with children in the states of California or Washington, the Stuart Foundation should definitely be on your radar. But read on, because the foundation has recently undergone a few crucial staffing and program changes that you may not have heard about yet.
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Where the Cooke Foundation's Good Neighbor Grants Are Going

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Good Neighbor Grants program awards nonprofits in the Washington, DC, area whose work aligns with the foundation's goals of improving opportunities in K-12 education, college access, and arts education for students from low-income families. The 2014 winners received more than $200,000 in grants.
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Can the Carnegie Corporation of New York Help Reinvent High Schools?

Carnegie isn't interested in helping high schools merely survive the Common Core. It wants to seize on this coming tsunami to make big changes on how high schools work and help these schools truly thrive. That's an ambitious agenda, but then Carnegie has some deep pockets.
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Have You Been Seeing the Walton Family Foundation, Like, Everywhere?

When Chicago Public Schools announced that it would close some of the lowest-performing schools in its most troublesome neighborhoods, it ignited a fierce debate over public education. What few noticed was the role of the one of the nation’s richest families — in the form of the Walton Family Foundation — helped put the plan into action.

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