The Southern Education Foundation is a public foundation with a mission to advance educational equity and excellence for all students in the South, particularly low-income students and students of color. The foundation will manage a rapid response fund for vulnerable youth, pooling contributions from multiple foundations. Protecting and empowering minority and immigrant children and equipping their schools to create a safe environment is essential to safeguarding the civil rights of at-risk students and their families.
About the Grantee
101 Marietta St. NW, Suite 1650, Atlanta, GA, 30303, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for support of education leaders who are addressing issues of equity and education in the South
The Southern Education Foundation is a national leader in the education civil rights and social justice fields. This grant will support the Racial Equity Leadership Network, a cohort-based leadership development program focused on education leaders in the American South. The program provides leaders a set of facilitated learning experiences and opportunities, including learning from experts and their peers, that prepare and position the leaders to address system-level issues pertaining to racial, economic, and academic disparities, while also focusing on expanding educational opportunities for students. (Substrategy: Educator Capacity)