New Venture Fund

For Supporting English Learners Success Forum

  • Amount
    $800,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    10/27/2021
  • Term
    24 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Overview
The English Learners Success Forum, a project of the New Venture Fund, collaborates with field-leading researchers, district leaders, teachers, content creators, and education funders to raise the instructional rigor for students categorized as English learners (ELs) by improving the supply and implementation of EL-inclusive high-quality instructional materials. The group will elevate instruction for ELs by improving the supply of instructional materials inclusive of ELs by working directly with developers; partnering with districts, states, and organizations to advocate for more rigorous instruction for ELs by building informed demand; and ensuring that implementation of high-quality materials meets the varying needs of ELs by bolstering professional learning efforts. (Substrategy: Content, Tools, and Services)
About the Grantee
Address
1828 L Street NW, Suite 300 – A, Washington, DC, 20036, United States
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for support of the Communities for Just Schools Fund to fund education organizing  
The Communities for Just Schools Fund is a national donor collaborative that brings together the resources of philanthropy with the power of grassroots organizing to ensure that all schools welcome students and nurture their full potential. This grant will be used to fund education organizing; build the capacity of the fund’s grantee partners; and connect their partners with philanthropy, policy, research, and advocacy communities. (Substrategy: Student & Community Voice)
for Powering a New Economy Fund  

This grant for the Powering a New Economy Fund supports its work to drive the turn toward a new, more inclusive and sustainable economic paradigm. The fund supports state and locally based coalitions and grassroots organizations working to transform the political economy in cities and states.

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