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Member Insights: Infusing Playful Learning into Everyday Places

Most kids spend just 20% of their waking hours in the classroom. How can communities harness some of the remaining 80% for meaningful and joyful opportunities to learn?

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Grantmakers for Education Membership Update and FAQ

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A Farewell from EdFunders' Chief Program Officer

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May 2024

Love Is the Foundation for Life: Schott Report on Black Males in Public Education

This report outlines the systemic opportunities and institutional barriers Black male students face and offers cross-sector recommendations for building the supports needed to improve education and life outcomes.

Schott Foundation for Public Education
May 2024

2024 ArtScan Update

Review a summary of state policies related to K-12 arts education, explore arts education policies in specific states and compare policies across all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the Department of Defense Education Activity. 

Education Commission of the States
May 2024

None of the Above: A New Vision for State Standardized Testing

This report presents a blueprint for resolving the testing stalemate, one that proposes a new role for state tests as part of a testing model promoting high standards, greater transparency for policymakers and parents, and a strong focus on teaching and learning.

FutureEd
May 2024

School Was in This Summer, but Less Than Half of Eligible Students Enrolled

This report from RAND Corporation, funded by The Wallace Foundation, looks as finding from the Fall 2023 American School District Panel Survey to see how districts approach their summer learning programs and how many students who are eligible actually enroll.

The Wallace Foundation
May 2024

Re-envisioning CCDF: Toward an Anti-Racist Child Care System that Serves Families & Educators

This brief, published with the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, offers a new, anti-racist vision for transforming the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) into a program that actively pushes back against structural racism and advances racial equity and economic prosperity for all families.

National Women's Law Center
May 2024

Grantmakers for Education Membership Update and FAQ

In order to streamline our membership process, we will be shifting the membership period from the anniversary of each member’s join date to the calendar year (January through December) as of 2026.

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