2018 Grants Awarded: Education


BPE$120,000Boston, MAdescription
BPE will increase prepare teachers through the Boston Teacher Residency (BTR), and sharing the lessons it learns to catalyze reform across the city and beyond.
Center for Collaborative Education$70,000Boston, MAdescription
This grant will support Center for Collaborative Education's statewide advocacy campaign with the goal of leveraging state policy changes to transform Massachusetts' current education assessment system.
Chicago Public Education Fund$35,000Chicago, ILdescription
This general operating grant supports the work of Chicago Public Education Fund
Partners in School Innovation$160,000San Francisco, CAdescription
This grant provides general operating support to Partners in School Innovation.
Teach Plus$70,000Boston, MAdescription
This grant provides general operating support to Teach Plus.
The Education Trust$70,000Boston, MAdescription
Through this  general operating grant The Education Trust will support and engage a coalition of Massachusetts equity advocates from the business, civil rights, disability rights, parent, educator, and education reform communities to increase opportunity and achievement for low-income students and students of color.
University of Chicago: Urban Education Institute$75,000Chicago, ILdescription
University of Chicago’s Urban Education Institute will design of research-based data tools and professional development to support increasing high school graduation nationally. Funded staff create an integrated approaching to improving high school graduation –direct the design of real-time data tools; collaboratively develop and prototype visualizations and reports; and create professional learning materials.
University of Illinois at Chicago: Center for Urban Education Leadership$85,000Chicago, ILdescription
UIC Center for School Leadership will build capacity to collect and use data systematically in its program and in each school where UIC principals and assistant principals serve to improve student learning outcomes in high-need schools. UIC will develop protocols for collaborative data collection, analysis, and application to practice.