ConnectEd: The National Center for College and Career

For Identifying, Cultivating, And Showcasing Exemplary Schools To Advance Deeper Learning

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
Over the past three years, the Program provided project support to the Deeper Learning Network (DLN), a "network of networks" consisting of ten school reform models totaling some 500 public schools across the country. The DLN has helped make the case for the viability of deeper learning, offering examples of it in action and providing locations for site visits by policymakers. We will provide "tie off" grants to the DLN in order to refocus our funding on research that addresses policy reform needs, development of new assessments of the harder-to-measure deeper learning competencies, and capacity building for educators to understand and make use of student achievement evidence.
About the Grantee
2150 Shattuck Avenue, Suite 1200
Berkeley, CA 94704-1357
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support  
ConnectEd, an education nonprofit, partners with districts across the country that work to implement sustainable improvement and change for students, schools, and communities. By utilizing pathways that combine college and career preparation, ConnectEd helps bring real and relevant learning to students, especially those students who have had the least access to quality learning and teaching.
for scaling state and local performance assessments that measure students’ competency for graduation  
ConnectEd, an education nonprofit, partners with district, school, and community leaders to create pathways that combine career and college approaches in order to prepare students for success. With Hewlett Foundation support, ConnectEd will improve its partners’ data collection as well as ease demands for analysis placed on leaders and educators who use performance assessments in projects, portfolios, and others kinds of holistic assessment.

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