NEO Philanthropy

For The California Communities For Public Education Reform Project

  • Amount
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
  • Term
    36 Months
  • Type of Support
Public Interest Projects (New York, NY) – Project; New; $500,000 over 3 years; 15% of project budget For the California Communities for Public Education Reform project With this grant, Public Interest Projects would launch the California site of its Communities for Public Education Reform project. This national funders collaborative supports grassroots organizing to improve state and local education policy. Over the next three years, the thirteen community organizing groups participating in the California site will pursue statewide education policy goals to ensure that all students are prepared for college, career, and civic participation. The project’s aims include curriculum reform, effective teacher preparation, adequate and equitable funding, and greater opportunities for democratic governance and the meaningful participation of parents, students, and community members in school transformation.
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