West Contra Costa Public Education Fund

For The Creation Of A Learner-centered Network Of Schools

  • Amount
    $650,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    3/30/2020
  • Term
    18 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Overview
The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund mobilizes resources for its students and aligns the efforts of community partners to ensure that all students succeed in college, career, and life. The fund serves as a lead convener and strategic-fund development partner for the economically and ethnically diverse West Contra Costa Unified School District. This grant will support the development of a learner-centered network of schools and teachers, sustain equity initiatives for students furthest from opportunity, and move community stakeholders to demand student-centered learning.
About the Grantee
Grantee Website
www.edfundwest.org 
Address
217-C West Richmond Ave.
Point Richmond, CA 94801
Grants to this Grantee
for the Richmond LAND project  
West Contra Costa Public Education Fund mobilizes resources for public education students in West Contra Costa County. Project support for the organization will support Richmond LAND, a fiscally sponsored project aimed at engaging residents in the advocacy, planning, control, and ownership of sustainable community development projects and policies in Richmond, California. A primary program of Richmond LAND is the Building Power fellowship, which uses arts-based strategies for community engagement to influence public processes pertaining to housing and development.
for the creation of a learner-centered network of schools  
The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund mobilizes resources for its students and aligns the efforts of community partners to ensure that all students succeed in college, career, and life. The fund serves as a lead convener and strategic-fund development partner for the economically and ethnically diverse West Contra Costa Unified School District. This grant will support the development of a learner-centered network of schools and teachers, sustain equity initiatives for students furthest from opportunity, and move community stakeholders to demand student-centered learning.

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