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We believe that by investing in the education reform movement and its leaders, we can do our part to better prepare today’s learners to be tomorrow’s qualified workforce and engaged citizens.

We strive to impact student learning by helping to provide teachers and school leaders with high-quality training, outstanding instructional resources and more effective preparation. We invite you to explore our focus areas below. 

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We aim to dramatically increase the number of students, especially students from low-income communities, who graduate high school prepared for college and the workplace.
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We have the privilege to support and learn from some of the most transformative organizations in the education sector. Learn more about our grantees and the critical work that they lead. 

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We are extremely fortunate to have a talented team of high-quality professionals who share a passion for our mission and our dedication to excellence. Finding, training and empowering our team is a process we take seriously. Meet the people who make our work possible.

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National Education: News and Updates

Why Arts Integration is Essential… and Easier Than You Think

By now you have probably heard that arts integration is a thing. You might have had some coaching on how to connect an art project to a lesson, or your school may have brought back drama, dance, and the visual arts. This is all very exciting. Yet for some, we may still be wondering, “What’s the big idea with arts integration?” I’m here to help! 

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Educurious

The goal is to cultivate curious, motivated young people who are ready for college and tomorrow’s careers. The Educurious learning experience is the path to getting there.

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The Giving Pledge: Lynn's Letter to Warren Buffet

Would my stepping forward make a difference? Could doing so be misconstrued as an act of self-aggrandizement rather than one motivated by a deep appreciation for the transformative power of philanthropy? Upon further reflection, however, I found myself moved to action by the words of the great Jewish sage, Hillel, found in the text of Pirkei Avot ("Ethics of the Fathers"), part of the rabbinic writings.

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