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Winning Sustained Public Financing for Out-of-School Time: Generating Revenue to Fill the Gap
This multi-session learning opportunity focuses on strategic public financing for children and youth in out-of-school time, November 16, 2022 to May 17, 2023. Registration has closed.
What the Latest Education Assessments Can Tell Grantmakers About Where to Go from Here
Join experts in the field to learn what the latest educational assessment scores can tell us and how these results can inform efforts to support young people to build the skills they need to succeed.
Equity & Grantmaking Impact Group Learning Community: March 2023
This Equity & Grantmaking Impact Group six-meeting learning arc creates opportunities for peer-led learning and strategizing on how we, as education grantmakers, might rethink our grantmaking practices to drive an equity agenda. Registration has closed.
OST Impact Group: Conference Session Idea Exchange
February 28, 3:00 pm ET The EdFunders annual conference RFP comes out Febrary 21. Join colleagues in the Out-of-School Time Impact Group for an informal opportunity to share your ideas for conference sessions, ask each other for feedback, and seek out partners to collaborate with on session proposals. This program open exclusively to members of Grantmakers for Education that are...
EdFunders Conference Session Proposal Q+A
Are you interested in submitting a proposal to present a session at our annual conference in October? Join us to ask questions and learn about topics like how to submit and what makes a proposal successful.
Equity & Grantmaking Impact Group – Participatory Grantmaking Peer Consult February Session
Participatory grantmaking is full of challenges, difficulties and unknowns. Thankfully, there’s now an opportunity to chat through dilemmas in participatory grantmaking with peers who are walking the walk.