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Funding Out-of-School Time Programs - Now and in the Future

School districts that received the most American Rescue Plan funds will experience the most significant decline in funding. Learn more about finding sustainable federal, state and local funding sources in this brief.

Children's Funding Project and Grantmakers for Education

Grant Makers Add Students’ Mental Health to Priorities

Chronicle of Philanthropy

The Future of Smart: Episode 19

Grantmakers for Education





July 2023

Changing the Narrative for Multilingual Learners

A growing number of organizations are eager to learn about narratives and understand the necessity of engaging deep beliefs about immigrants and race in advocating for multilingual learners. This brief unpacks narrative change and explores how philanthropy can support these cutting-edge strategies.

Sobrato Philanthropies
July 2023

Assistant Principal Advancement to the Principalship: A Guide for School Districts

This guide can help school districts that want to examine and improve how they prepare assistant principals for the principal’s job. ​

The Wallace Foundation
June 2023

2023 Kids Count Data Book

The 34th edition of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT® Data Book describes how the country’s lack of affordable and accessible child care negatively affects children, families and U.S. businesses.

Annie E. Casey Foundation
June 2023

Don’t Dictate, Collaborate: Achieving Equity in Arts Education

This brief offers recommendations for policymakers based on what works in arts learning.

The Wallace Foundation
June 2023

Race, Elite College Admissions, and the Courts: The Pursuit of Racial Equality in Education Retreats to K–12 Schools

The report explores the legal history of racial equity in education, evaluates alternatives to considering race/ethnicity in college admissions, and proposes changes to the K–12 education system and higher education that would improve educational opportunity. 

Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce
June 2023

Becoming an Ally: Partnering with Immigrant Families to Promote Student Success

This new report offers specific recommendations to guide educators in overcoming barriers that have prevented them from engaging immigrant families as true partners in supporting their children’s learning.

Carnegie Corporation of New York

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