While funding for efforts to recruit and retain talented K-12 teachers has grown exponentially in recent years, Carnegie has been working this problem forever. Where are its grants going these days?Read More
A national writer for the Wall Street Journal steps into the role of Senior Program Officer for the Joyce Foundation's Education Program this month. Meet Stephanie Banchero, who's written extensively about many of the issues that Joyce addresses with its grantmaking, primarily K-12 education.Read More
A grant of $1.65 million from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to the New Teacher Center will help the center integrate social and emotional learning into its curriculum, and represents a way to integrate the foundation's interest in children's health with issues of teacher quality and K-12 education.Read More
It's always interesting to watch the Gates Foundation tackle a big problem. With so much more resources than other foundations, Gates can shell out millions just doing their homework — before then spending the truly big money.