These are guys that aren’t already listed as Gates funded, aren’t listed as CTE supporters, and are not on my other lists but that I am fairly certain are tied to the Common Core/Fed Ed stuff.
Afterschool Alliance Buddies
Boston After School & Beyond Buddies
The Boston Foundation
City of Boston – Boston Centers for Youth & Families
Nellie Mae Education Foundation
United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
The Boston Foundation
Boston Opportunity Agenda
Boston Public Schools
Charles Hayden Foundation
Every Hour Counts
Klarman Family Foundation
Liberty Mutual Foundation
Nellie Mae Education Foundation
Robert and Myra Kraft Family Foundation
United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
The Wallace Foundation
Wellington Management Foundation
The Yawkey Foundation
The Mind Trust Buddies
Education Cities Buddies
CityBridge Education Buddies
Our Schools Now! Buddies
Scott Anderson, President & CEO, Zions Bank
Ron Jibson, Retired Chairman & CEO, Questar
Gail Miller, Owner, Larry H. Miller Group of Companies
- Don AdamsCEO, Bear River Mutual Insurance Company
- Jesselie AndersonCo-Chair, Education First
- Tim AndersonManaging Partner, Jones Waldo
- Mary BaileyHigh School Principal of the Year, 2016
- Lane BeattiePresident & CEO, Salt Lake Chamber
- Gay BeckUtah Teacher of the Year, 2011
- Bonnie Jean & Brent BeesleyBeesley Family Found.
- Colleen Larkin BellVP, Questar Gas
- Mark BouchardSr. Managing Director, CBRE
- Jake BoyerPresident, The Boyer Company
- Bruce BinghamPartner Hamilton Partners
- Lonnie BullardChairman, Jacobsen Construction
- Mona BurtonPartner, Holland & Hart
- David BurtonFormer Presiding Bishop, LDS Church
- Keith BuswellVP, Wadman Corporation
- Dan CampbellManaging Partner, EsNet
- James ClarkeCEO, Clarke Capital Partners
- Wilford ClydePresident, Clyde Companies
- Dr. Gary Cornia(Ret) Dean, Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University
- Amanda CovingtonVP, Vista Outdoors
- Lew CramerCEO, CBC Advisors
- Bill CrimPresident & CEO, United Way
- Elaine DaltonFormer General YW President, LDS Church
- Louenda DownsFormer Chair, Davis County Commission
- Ivy EstabrookeExecutive Director, USTAR
- Matt DurhamPartner, Stoel Rives
- Jose EnriquezCEO, Latinos in Action
- Rick FolkersonVice President, Ken Garff
- Reed ForresterDistrict Manager, Delta Air Lines
- Kem GardnerChairman, Gardner Companies
- Robert & Katharine GarffChairman, Garff Enterprises
- Alan HallChairman & CEO, Tempus Global Data
- A. Marc HarrisonMD, Pres. & CEO, Intermountain Health
- Mark HollandPres. & CEO, Intermountain Staffing
- Tim HomerGeneral Manager, Wasatch Electrical
- Mike Jacobsen(Ret) Supt., Weber School District
- Jim JardineShareholder, Ray Quinney & Nebeker
- Marlin JensenEmeritus General Authority, LDS Church
- Jim JohnsonFormer Iron County School Superintendent
- Patricia JonesFormer State Senator, Utah
- David JordanPartner, Stoel Rives
- Nolan KarrasFormer Utah Speaker of the House
- Rich KendellCo-Chair, Education First
- Blake KirbyCEO, Inovar, Inc.
- Jeff LarsenVP, Rocky Mountain Power
- Eric LeavittPresident, Leavitt Group Enterprises
- Dan LofgrenPresident, Cowboy Partners
- Dean LuikartRegional Vice President, Wells Fargo
- Steve LundVice Chairman, NuSkin
- Steve MacManaging Partner, Hire Utah
- James MacfarlaneFormer Chairman, IC Group
- Crystal MaggeletChairman & CEO, FJ Management
- Chuck MaggeletPresident, Maverik
- Jane MarquardtVice Chair, Mgmt. & Training Corp.
- Bob MarquardtPresident, Mgmt. & Training Corp.
- Heidi MatthewsPresident, Utah Education Assoc.
- Kay McIffState Representative, Utah
- Rich McKeownCEO, Leavitt Partners
- Mark & Kathie MillerMark & Kathie Miller Found.
- John MillikenPresident, Milcom Inc.
- Bill MoretonPresident & CEO, Moreton & Company
- Stephen MorganPresident, Westminster College
- Lisa Nentl-BloomExecutive Director, Utah Education Association
- Stan ParrishPres., Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce
- Scott ParsonPresident, Staker Parson Companies
- Michael PetersStudent Body President, Utah State University
- Ray PickupPresident & CEO, WCF Insurance
- Allison RiddleUtah Teacher of the Year, 2014
- Dan ShawCo-Chair, Days of ’47 Rodeo
- Terry ShoemakerDir., Utah School Superintendents Association
- Larry Shumway(Ret) State Superintendent, Utah
- Sean SlatterPres. & CEO, Logistic Specialties, Inc.
- Erich SontagDivision President, Banner Bank
- Spencer StokesStokes Strategies
- Brady SouthwickPresident, Cummins Rocky Mountain
- Maj. Gen. Kevin Sullivan(Ret) Commander, Hill AFB
- Trent VansiceManaging Partner, Auric Solar
- Linda WardellGeneral Manager, City Creek Center
- Tom WelchChairman of the Board, Maverik
- Jody WilliamsPartner, Holland & Hart
- McKell Withers (Ret) Supt., SLC School District
Early Childhood Data Collaborative Buddies
The Center for the Study of Child Care Employment at UC Berkeley
Council of Chief State School Officers
Data Quality Campaign
National Conference of State Legislatures
National Governors Association Center for Best Practices
The ECDC is supported through funding from the Alliance for Early Success, The Annie E. Casey Foundation, and the Richard W. Goldman Family Foundation.
Washington 21st Century Learning Centers Buddies
School’s Out Washington
School’s Out Washington is an intermediary organization dedicated to building community systems to support quality afterschool and youth development (AYD) programs for Washington’s 5-18 year olds through training, advocacy and leadership. Through a range of training and professional development services, we promote quality standards and offer opportunities for AYD program providers to develop skills, receive support and network with peers. We disseminate research on the benefits of programs and mobilize children’s advocates to take action on issues impacting the AYD field. Our grant programs support quality programs in a variety of ways. We also facilitate communication among AYD professionals, schools, law enforcement officials, policymakers, civic leaders, foundations and other partners to establish accountability and a system of support for Washington’s young people.
Research from the University of Arkansas shows that field trips to cultural institutions produce notable benefits for students, particularly those from less-advantaged backgrounds. Students from rural areas and high-poverty schools, as well as minority students, typically show gains that are two to three times larger than the average gains for all students in critical thinking, historical empathy, tolerance, and becoming art consumers.
Washington Alliance for Bilingual Education
Does your site have significant numbers of English Language Learners? You might be interested in attending the WABE Conference (What’s academic language got to do with it?), April 19-20 in Yakima.
The Afterschool Alliance is the only organization dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of afterschool programs and advocating for more afterschool investments. The Afterschool Alliance works with the Administration, the U.S. Congress, governors, mayors and advocates across the country.
Designed for afterschool program directors who want to improve the quality of their programs, this site is also a useful tool for program staff, volunteers, parents, policymakers, and anyone else who cares about children. Promising Practices in Afterschool (PPAS) is an effort to find and share what’s working in afterschool programs.
Child Nutrition assists school districts and other program sponsors in providing quality nutrition programs that promote life-long healthful living while providing nutritious meals each day that prepare children for learning.
Education Department General Administrative Regulations (EDGAR)
Title 34, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Parts 74-86 and 97-99, December 2008 edition
National Institute on Out-of-School Time (NIOST)
For nearly 30 years NIOST at Wellesley College has moved the afterschool field forward through its research, education and training, consultation, and field-building. Much of NIOST’s work has encompassed projects of national scope and influence, several representing “firsts” for the field and many focusing on building out-of-school time systems.
Resources On Afterschool
Resources On Afterschool is an online tool featuring selected resources in the areas of: research and evaluation, promising practices, professional development, public awareness and communications, policy, and financing in afterschool.
Forum for Youth Investment
The Forum for Youth Investment is a nonprofit, nonpartisan “action tank” dedicated to helping communities and the nation make sure all young people are Ready by 21: ready for college, work and life. Informed by rigorous research and practical experience, the Forum forges innovative ideas, strategies and partners to strengthen solutions for young people and those who care about them. A trusted resource for policy makers, advocates, researchers and program professionals, the Forum provides youth and adult leaders with the information, connections and tools they need to create greater opportunities and outcomes for young people.
SEDL is a private, nonprofit education research, development, and dissemination (RD&D) corporation that specializes in afterschool programming.
The David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality
The core mission of the David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality is to position point of service quality as a powerful public idea that drives the out-of-school time field towards higher levels of understanding, expectation, and action about the quality of experiences available to youth.
Harvard Family Research Project
HFRP focuses on three areas that support children’s learning and development: early childhood education, out-of-school time programming, and family and community support in education. Underpinning all of their work is a commitment to evaluation for strategic decision making, learning, and accountability. They have a particular interest in complementary learning, which is the idea that a systemic approach, which integrates school and nonschool supports, can better ensure that all children have the skills they need to succeed.
National Summer Learning Association
The National Summer Learning Association serves as a network hub for thousands of summer learning program providers and stakeholders across the country, providing tools, resources, and expertise to improve program quality, generate support, and increase youth access and participation. They offer professional development, quality assessment and evaluation, best practices dissemination and collaboration, and other resources.
Grantee data will be reported annually via the 21st CCLC Information Collections System (PPICS), an online performance reporting system developed.
U.S. Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers
This program supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools.
School Retool Buddies
IDEO is a design + innovation consultancy that uses human-centered design to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems.
We always start with human needs, and then design appropriate solutions from there. Our Education studio focuses on innovations ranging from learning tools, to school models, to spreading creative confidence. We created the Design Thinking for Educators Toolkit to share our innovation process with teachers and administrators.
The d.school is a hub for innovators at Stanford. Students and faculty in engineering, medicine, business, law, the humanities, sciences, and education find their way here to take on the world’s messy problems together. Human values are at the heart of our collaborative approach. We focus on creating spectacularly transformative learning experiences. Along the way, our students develop a process for producing creative solutions to even the most complex challenges they tackle. This is the core of what we do.
The K12 Lab at the d.school inspires and develops the creative confidence of educators and supports edu-innovators to catalyze impactful models for teaching and learning.
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation helps people build measurably better lives. The Education Program makes grants to improve education by expanding the reach of openly available educational resources, improving California education policies, and by supporting “deeper learning”— a combination of the fundamental knowledge, practical basic skills and valuable dispositions all students will need to succeed. The Education Program plays a role in connecting Deeper Learning partners and resources.
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Buddies
Power My Learning
New Classrooms Innovation Partners
Silicon Schools Fund
National Academy of Advanced Teacher Education
The Learning Accelerator
Character Lab Inc.
Center for American Progress
Next Generation Learning Challenges
Bellwether Education Partners
College Advising Corps
Summit Public Schools
Vision to Learn
Achievement Standards Network Buddies
Strive Together Buddies
- ImpactTulsa Tulsa, OK
- Partners in Education Ardmore, OK
District of Columbia
Educator Innovator Buddies
CoSN Corporate Sponsors
Education Networks of America (ENA) delivers robust and reliable broadband, Wi-Fi/LAN, communication, and cloud services to K–12 schools, higher education institutions, and libraries across the nation. ENA works side-by-side with its customers to ensure they have the connectivity, communication, and collaboration solutions they need to be successful. Founded in 1996, ENA has a strong and successful history of delivering scalable and cost-effective IP-based services to K-12 schools, higher education institutions, and libraries, and our experience includes unmatched levels of success in the E-rate funding program. Today, ENA manages multiple statewide and district-wide education and library networks, including 16 of the largest school systems in the country. We understand the missions of the communities we serve, and all of our solutions are designed to meet their technology needs and allow for maximum flexibility while minimizing the burden on our customers’ administrative and technical resources. For more information, please visitwww.ena.com
, call 866-615-1101, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 1992, FileWave has provided education, enterprise, and government institutions around the world with enterprise level cross-platform systems and mobile device management software to assist IT teams throughout the entire lifecycle process of imaging, deployment, management and maintenance. FileWave’s all-in-one, highly scalable software solves the many challenges of managing a diverse and growing population of users, devices, and content by ensuring IT teams have a comprehensive solution that supports both client (desktop) and mobile devices across Mac, Windows, iOS and Android.
With FileWave, IT teams can efficiently secure and support their organizations from one easy-to-use console, making even the most daunting projects, such as BYOD or large 1:1 initiatives, manageable and highly effective.
Enterprise level cross-platform systems and mobile device management
Integrated inventory and license management—complete asset management
Patented deployment—fast, reliable, and efficient deployments
Booster technology—maximum scalability with minimal network traffic
Engage—modern classroom management and collaboration
ClassLink is a leading provider of cloud-based education products that connect teachers and students with their classroom, their curriculum and each other in richer, more powerful ways. Founded in 1998, ClassLink’s mission is to empower educators to improve learning through innovative systems and services.
ClassLink provides unlimited OneClick single sign-ons to web and Windows applications and instant access to files on school networks and cloud storage. Accessible from any device, ClassLink is ideal for 1to1 and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives.
HMH is a global leader in learning, providing content and services to millions of students, teachers, and parents worldwide. We leverage the power of innovation and interoperability, creating dynamic solutions that better serve our mutual customers. Partner with us today and gain access to an unparalleled network of resources to help your business grow.
From early childhood education through high school, there has never been a more exciting or challenging time to be a member of the educational community. Just over the last few years, for example, the Internet and wireless computing capabilities have dramatically changed the learning environment. HP understands and appreciates the needs and challenges of the educational arena. With its longstanding commitment to education and a demonstrated ability to consistently deliver high-quality, affordable, technology products, services and solutions, HP is uniquely qualified to help transform schools and institutions into a 21st Century learning environment.
Pearson is the world’s learning company, with expertise in educational courseware and assessment, and a range of teaching and learning services powered by technology. Our mission is to help people make progress through access to better learning. We believe that learning opens up opportunities, creating fulfilling careers and better lives.
SchoolDude is the #1 provider of SaaS operations software designed specifically for schools. Visit us to learn more about our IT Help Desk and IT Asset Management applications, how they can be integrated, and how they save time, create instant audits andreports, and justify capital funding requests.
At Crown Castle Fiber, we build, own, and maintain the fiber networks that help you run your organization today, while setting the stage for tomorrow’s most transformative innovations. We take the time to understand your needs and deliver a solution that’s right for you. A solution that lets you share ideas and pursue new opportunities―free from the constraints of speed, capacity, or distance. And we’ll be your partner through it all―no matter what lies ahead.
Amazon Web Services offers a broad set of global cloud-based products including compute, storage, databases, analytics, networking, mobile, developer tools, management tools, IoT, and security and enterprise applications
. These services help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale. AWS is trusted by the largest enterprises and the hottest start-ups to power a wide variety of workloads including: web and mobile applications, game development, data processing and warehousing, storage, archive, and many others.
CDW•G is a leading provider of technology and solutions to schools, with a mission of delivering engaging, collaborative and interactive learning environments, while securing networks and optimizing data centers. Our team of dedicated account managers and solution architects can help with assessment and pre-configuration to implementation and ongoing support. CDW•G solution areas include: classroom technology, cloud computing, data center optimization, networking, power and cooling, printers, security, software, storage, total mobility management, unified communications, and virtualization. For details, call 800.808.4239 or visit CDWG.com/k12.
In the past, learning was constrained by time and place. Today, digital transformation is opening a new world of educational opportunities—to learn in new ways, in new places, with new connections to resources around the globe.
Cisco is leading this digital transformation in education with the Cisco Digital Education Platform, which supports blended learning opportunities, worldwide collaboration, and rich online media experiences. With this completely integrated digital environment, schools have the technology in place to ensure that buildings are connected, educators are empowered, administrators are informed, and students can learn without limits. For more information, visit www.cisco.com/go/education
Cradlepoint is the global leader in cloud-based network solutions for connecting people, places, and things over wired and wireless broadband. With Cradlepoint, customers can leverage the speed and economics of wired and wireless Internet broadband for branch, failover, mobile, and IoT networks while maintaining end-to-end visibility, security, and control. Over 15,000 enterprise and government organizations around the world—including 75 percent of the world’s top retailers, 50 percent of the Fortune 100, and 25 of the largest U.S. cities—rely on Cradlepoint to keep critical sites, workforces, vehicles, and devices always connected and protected.
As a member of the Dell Technologies unique family of businesses, Dell EMC serves a key role in providing the essential infrastructure for organizations to build their digital future, transform IT and protect their most important asset, information. Dell EMC enables our enterprise customers’ IT and digital business transformation through trusted hybrid cloud and big-data solutions, built upon a modern data center infrastructure that incorporates industry-leading converged infrastructure, servers, storage, and cybersecurity technologies. Dell EMC brings together Dell’s and EMC’s respective strong capabilities and complementary portfolios, sales teams and R&D. We seek to become the technology industry’s most trusted advisor, providing capabilities spanning strategy development, consultative services and solution deployment and support to help our customers and partners drive the digital transformation of their businesses.
Ed-Fi securely and seamlessly connects educational data systems. Empowering educators with a complete view of every student, classroom, and school.
The Ed-Fi Alliance is the group of educators, technologists, and thought leaders shaping the future of education technology through the Ed-Fi Data Standard and the ecosystem of Ed-Fi Technologies.
As a nonprofit organization fully funded by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, this allows Ed-Fi to take a mission-driven, stable and long-term approach, independent from shifting government priorities.
Bringing together a variety of stakeholders—including educators, superintendents, consultants, and educational technology developers—the Ed-Fi Community regularly contributes feedback that helps the Ed-Fi Data Standard and technology suite grow more usable, practical, and sophisticated. Working closely with Ed-Fi’s staff, these contributors form the heart of the Ed-Fi Alliance Community. Ed-Fi has attracted some of the most experienced, passionate, and mission-driven experts from across the country. We’d love to count you as a member of the growing Ed-Fi Community. Go to www.ed-fi.org to get more info and sign up for our bi-monthly newsletters.
Encore Technology group provides innovative technology solutions for K-12 classrooms, higher education institutions, state and local government agencies, and commercial enterprises. Today, they are one of the largest independent technology solution providers in the southeastern United States, though their prestigious client roster spans the entire nation
IT Security is in the forefront of the minds of school officials. Data breaches, website defacement, viruses, malware, compliance, even DDoS attacks impact education organizations across the P-20 learning environment.
Fortinet, the global leader in high-performance cybersecurity solutions, positions schools, colleges, and libraries to be able to respond rapidly to a sophisticated IT cyber-threat landscape. Fortinet’s consolidated approach to network security provides unparalleled performance and ease of management, coupled with significant savings. Strengthened by the industry’s highest level of threat research, intelligence, and analytics from FortiGuard Labs, Fortinet delivers best-in-class protection to provide the safest and most secure digital learning environments.
Fortinet offers many products and services that are eligible under the E-Rate program, including: Wireless Access Points, Unified Threat Management/Next Generation Firewalls, Network Switches, and Caching solutions. Fortinet’s UTM/NGFWs are CIPA compliant.
Google for Education: Education is at the core of Google’s mission to “organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” We want to help make learning possible for everyone, anywhere. With devices and tools built for the classroom, students and teachers can spend more time exploring, connecting, creating – together. Technology will play a vital role in equipping this generation of students with the skills they’ll need to thrive in the workforce of today and tomorrow. That is why we support collaborative learning in communities around the world, and why we continue to invest heavily in education programs and partnerships: so students can do cool stuff that matters.
We have always pursued world changing progress. We believe that the application of cognitive capabilities to education solutions can greatly improve learner outcomes, teacher impact and ultimately society and the human condition. Our business at IBM Watson Education to make teachers and learners the best that they can be. We set out to not just transform learning experiences, but to transform the education industry. We build solutions for students, teachers, professors and all education stakeholders. We work with our partners from concept to solution to ensure that the promise of the cognitive revolution becomes reality by using the broadest array of Watson services ever deployed. These services allow us to deliver a personalized learning experience that was previously impossible – by analyzing quantitative and qualitative data in real-time, by interacting with teachers and students using natural language, and by delivering the solutions that stakeholders need so that the promise of personalized education becomes reality.
iboss Cybersecurity redefines the way network cybersecurity is delivered and managed. Thousands of enterprises, service providers, educational institutions, and government networks are protected against the new age of cyber-threats with our game-changing Secure Web Gateway Platform. Our innovative architecture is backed by over 75 patents and patents pending, and increases the security posture of over 4000 organizations worldwide. This has made iboss one of the fastest growing cybersecurity companies in the market.
Identity Automation is a leading provider of scalable Identity Management software to education. Its solution, RapidIdentity, helps educational organizations quickly build streamlined security foundations, whether deployed on premises or in the cloud. RapidIdentity’s architecture uniquely supports fast deployments at any scale, contributing to rapid returns and lower total costs of ownership.
Designed for teachers and how they want to teach, itslearning is a cloud-based learning platform used by millions of teachers, students, administration staff and parents around the world. It can be found at all levels of education, from primary schools to universities, helping teachers make education more inspiring and valuable for today’s students. At itslearning, we pride ourselves on understanding the needs of education. More than 20% of our employees have worked as teachers, and we can often be found in the classroom, learning from teachers. We provide a full range of strategic services, from simple training sessions to full-scale implementation projects. Established in 1999, itslearning is headquartered in Bergen, Norway, and has offices in multiple locations around the world.
Since 2002, Jamf has made it easy for schools and businesses to use and manage Apple devices in their organizations. With Jamf Pro, IT departments and EdTech staff have the industry’s single best tool to inventory, image, configure, secure and distribute software and apps on every Mac, iPad, iPhone or Apple TV under their control. Teachers and students work with products they prefer and that enhance the learning experience in the classroom. IT and EdTech get their weekends back. Find out why more than 10,000 schools and businesses rely on Jamf to manage over 7,000,000 Apple devices across the globe at jamf.com.
Juniper Networks delivers innovation across routing, switching, and security. From the district’s network core down to teacher and student devices, Juniper Networks’ innovations in software, silicon, and systems transform the experience and economics of networking. Our solutions for education provide the network foundation that creates a learning environment that is more engaging for students, helping advance student learning and improve student achievement. We help schools and school districts build the very best education networks so that they are ready to integrate their technology-powered learning initiatives, conduct critical online assessments, and perform important day-to-day administrative functions. As a trusted partner to education, Juniper Networks provides a full routing portfolio for WAN and Internet connections, campus and data center networking, best-in-class wireless LAN solution, network security, and integrated management.
Kajeet, the only wireless service provider dedicated to kids and education, is bridging the digital divide in schools. The Kajeet SmartSpotTM
is a portable Wi-Fi hotspot with school-managed off- campus Internet connectivity. Giving teachers or administrators the ability to set access hours and filter out non- educational content, the Kajeet Sentinel®
platform connects students to essential academic resources on the Internet anytime, anywhere. The SmartSpot is compatible with all devices students use today and is 100% compliant with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA). For more information, please visit us at http://kajeet.net
Lightspeed Systems Inc., founded in 1999, develops comprehensive network security and management solutions for the education market. We are committed to helping schools of all sizes operate their networks effectively and efficiently, so educators can provide safe online teaching and learning environments. Our innovative, comprehensive solutions for network security, internet filtering, monitoring, management, and optimization have emerged from Lightspeed’s IT expertise and constant customer interaction.Our software is used in more than 2,000 school districts in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia to protect more than 6 million students. For the past several years, Lightspeed Systems has been recognized on the Inc. 5,000 list as one of the fastest-growing private companies.
McGraw-Hill Education is the digital learning experiences company intent on changing the world of education. Drawing on its rich heritage of educational expertise, the company offers highly personalized learning experiences that improve learning outcomes around the world. The company has offices across North America, India, China, Europe, the Middle East and South America, and makes its learning solutions available in more than 60 languages. For more information, please visit mheducation.com
or find us on Facebook
Education is more than students sitting in a classroom. The expansion in Internet connectivity and the use of mobile devices has transformed learning and schools. The right technology is essential to support today’s challenging learning environment. Microsoft
’s solutions for teaching and e-learning with Windows 8, Office 365, Lync, and SharePoint are fueling innovation and the future of learning
|PowerSchool provides student information systems, learning management and classroom collaboration, assessment, analytics, behavior, and special education case management. As well as student registration, school choice, and finance/HR/ERP.
SAFARI Montage provides K–12 school districts with a fully integrated Digital Learning Platform, including a Learning Object Repository, Video Streaming Library, and IPTV & Live Media Streaming, designed to handle video efficiently.
Schoology is the education technology company putting collaboration at the heart of the learning experience with an easy-to-use LMS that connects the people, content, and systems that fuel education. Millions of students, faculty, and administrators from over 60,000 K-12 schools and universities worldwide use Schoology to shape learning experiences and improve student outcomes. Find us online, follow us on Twitter, or join us on Facebook.
At AT&T, we are using the power of our network to build a better tomorrow. By investing in new tools and solutions that leverage our unique technologies and capabilities, AT&T is helping to mobilize teaching and learning, optimize network performance, and enhance communications for schools. We deliver secure, high-speed access over one of the world’s most advanced and powerful backbone networks. With AT&T’s signature philanthropic initiative, AT&T Aspire
, we are driving innovation in education to promote student success in school and beyond. We are leveraging technology, relationships, and social innovation to help all students make their biggest dreams a reality.
BrightBytes, the leading end-to-end data management solution for education organizations, provides educators with the power to turn big data into big benefits for students. With the data integration platform, DataSense, BrightBytes enables educators to cleanse, integrate, and bi-directionally manage complex data from multiple systems. The decision support platform, Clarity, then analyzes and organizes meaningful data across research-based frameworks to deliver visualized, actionable information that drives student learning.
Ruckus, an ARRIS company, delivers simply better connections, so you can deliver awesome customer experiences. Ruckus’ high-performance network infrastructure provides secure, reliable access to applications and services no matter how tough the environment. Ruckus innovates across wireless and wired technology to meet industry-specific needs. When connectivity really matters, organizations turn to Ruckus. #simplybetterconnections
Ciena is a network strategy and technology company with a unique ability to translate best-in-class technology into value through a high-touch consultative business model helping research and education networks keep up with the changing demands of a connected world. We believe in driving an industry ecosystem and offering the greatest degree of flexibility in how our customers consume technology to deliver the most rewarding experiences and outcomes. We develop and apply technologies across packet and optical networking and distributed software automation that drive openness, virtualization and collaboration for customers worldwide to meet surging bandwidth demands and facilitate greater collaboration.
ContentKeeper helps secure schools nationwide. Our Multi-layered Gateway Security Platform delivers a powerful combination of innovative security technologies, enabling educational institutions to protect their networks, users and data from emerging cyber threats. ContentKeeper is committed to developing the world’s most innovative, high-speed web filtering and security solutions to protect students and IT assets today and in the future.
Promethean is a global education technology leader that partners with schools and teachers to create dynamic learning environments that motivate students to learn. We believe that education technology solutions must enhance four critical capabilities for schools, teachers and students—engagement, personalization, collaboration, and feedback. We accomplish these through award-winning products and services that comprise the new Promethean ActivClassroom. Students engage with interactive, multimedia lessons through ClassFlow, our comprehensive instructional delivery system. ClassFlow provides teachers with real-time feedback on each student’s progress in the moment of learning while supporting administrators in making data-driven decision on curriculum, usage and student progress against standards. At the front of the classroom, Promethean’s multi-user digital displays facilitate collaboration and active, engaging learning experiences. Our holistic consulting and professional development services build customized programs to effectively implement our education technology solutions and support higher levels of student achievement. Each year Promethean’s interactive technology touches the lives of more than 2 million teachers and 20 million students around the world. Promethean World Plc is based in Blackburn in Lancashire, England, with U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information visit www.PrometheanWorld.com
Buck Institute for Education Buddies
The Asia Society’s education mission is to develop global competence in students, young leaders, and educators as the foundation for understanding between people in the Asia Pacific region and throughout the world. It works with public schools throughout the United States in its International Studies Schools Network to prepare students to be globally competent and ready for the global innovation age. Visit the Site »
||Big Picture Learning
Big Picture Learning’s mission is the education of a nation, one student at a time. As a non-profit organization dedicated to a fundamental redesign of education in the United States, Big Picture Learning’s (BPL) vision is to catalyze vital changes in K-Adult education by generating and sustaining innovative, personalized learning environments that work in tandem with the real world of their greater community. Visit the Site »
||Catholic Diocese of Parramatta
As well as nurturing the spiritual lives of the hundreds of thousands of Catholics in its care, the Diocese supports thousands more in the local community. Its Catholic education system is committed to giving every student a quality education, while CatholicCare and its other agencies and ministries work alongside local people from all walks of life, as well as organizations committed to enhancing the way of life we enjoy in Western Sydney. Visit the Site »
||Coalition of Essential Schools
The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) is at the forefront of creating and sustaining personalized, equitable, and intellectually challenging schools. Essential schools are places of powerful learning where all students have the chance to reach their fullest potential. Visit the Site »
ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career is dedicated to advancing practice, policy, and research aimed at helping young people prepare for both college and career through Linked Learning — a high school improvement approach. As the national hub for Linked Learning practice, ConnectEd develops tools, supports demonstration projects, provides technical assistance, leads collaboration, and promotes policies that expand high-quality pathways. Visit the Site »
EdLeader21 is a national network of school and district leaders focused on integrating the 4Cs (critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity) into education. Visit the Site »
EdVisions’ goal is to create schools that will enhance relationships and build relevant learning environments that empower students, parents and teachers to make choices. These learning environments utilize self-directed, project-based learning to build student autonomy through relevant learning opportunities; create student belongingness through full-time advisories; and empower teachers via teacher-led and democratically governed schools. Visit the Site »
BIE is a strong supporter of Envision Schools, a charter school management organization creating small high schools that target underserved urban youth, particularly those who are first in their families to attend college. PBL is a major focus of Envision pedagogy. Visit the Site »
||Expeditionary Learning Schools
BIE is a strong supporter of the ELS instructional approach which is experiential and project-based, involving students in original research — with experts — to create high-quality products for audiences beyond the classroom. Visit the Site »
||The George Lucas Educational Foundation
BIE partnered with GLEF to create instructional videos for the PBL-Online.org website. GLEF’s own website provides print and video resources about PBL, Comprehensive Assessment, Integrated Studies, Social & Emotional Learning, Teacher Development and Technology Integration and includes opportunities for users to discuss content presented. Visit the Site »
||The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation’s Deeper Learning program is working to revitalize education for all students so that they master core academic content, while learning how to think critically, collaborate, communicate effectively, direct their own learning, and believe in themselves (known as an “academic mindset”). BIE, through its participation in the Deeper Learning Network and creation of PBLU.org, is proud to be a partner in this effort. Visit the Site »
||High Tech High
High Tech High began in 2000 as a single charter high school launched by a coalition of San Diego business leaders and educators. It has evolved into an integrated network of schools spanning grades K-12, housing a comprehensive teacher certification program and a new, innovative Graduate School of Education. Visit the Site »
iEARN is a non-profit organization made up of over 30,000 schools and youth organizations in more than 140 countries. iEARN empowers teachers and young people to work together online using the Internet and other new communications technologies. Over 2,000,000 students each day are engaged in collaborative project work worldwide. Visit the Site »
||Kean University Center for Innovative Education
CIE offers rich professional development activities with an emphasis on 21st century approaches to learning and teaching, incorporating BIE’s PBL methodology into their PD offerings. Visit the Site »
||National Academy Foundation
NAF’s more than 500 career academies in 41 states prepare high school students to successfully go on to higher education and enter professions of their choosing. BIE consulted for NAF and the Pearson Education Foundation in the creation of standards-focused, project- and inquiry-based curricula. Visit the Site »
||New Tech Network
New Tech Network (NTN) is a design partner for comprehensive school change, currently working in 29 states with more than 175 schools. We work closely with districts and schools to create innovative learning environments. Through a proven school model, Project-Based Learning platform, and powerful professional development, we guide schools toward lasting change and ongoing improvement. Visit the Site »
||New Visions for Public Schools
New Visions for Public Schools, founded in 1989, is the largest education reform organization dedicated to improving the quality of education children receive in New York City’s public schools. BIE is working with New Visions to expand the use of Project Based Learning in New Visions supported high schools. Visit the Site »
||Omar Dengo Foundation
The Omar Dengo Foundation (ODF) of Costa Rica is a private non-profit organization that has been managing and carrying out national and regional projects in the fields of human development, educational innovation and new technologies since 1987. Its different projects have benefitted more than 1.5 million Costa Ricans, including children and young people, students, educators, professionals, people from the community, and senior citizens. Visit the Site »
||PMI Educational Foundation
The PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF) is a 501(c)(3) supporting organization of Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s leading not-for-profit professional membership association for the project, program, and portfolio management profession. Founded in 1990, PMIEF develops, implements, and delivers innovative programs to leverage project management for social good globally. These include grants, scholarships, and awards as well as educational resources that strengthen project management knowledge of teachers, youth, and nonprofit organizations. PMIEF’s vision that “all people worldwide have a better tomorrow by applying project management skills in their daily lives” comes to the life through the generosity of individual and corporate donors as well as the PMI community. Visit the Site »
||Southern Regional Education Board – High Schools That Work
More than 1,200 High Schools That Work (HSTW) sites in 30 states and the District of Columbia currently use the framework of HSTW Goals and Key Practices to raise student achievement and graduation rates. Visit the Site »
Project Unicorn Buddies
Albuquerque Public Schools
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Bloomfield Public Schools
Bristol Warren Regional SD
Central Falls School District
Community High School District 99
Corona-Norco Unified School District
Kettle Moraine School District
Lynwood Unified School District
Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township
Metropolitan School District of Steu
Park Ridge Public Schools
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Providence Public Schools
Tahoe Expeditionary Academy
Uinta County School District #1
Vision International School
Education Networks of America Buddies
AASA, the School Superintendents Association, advocates for the highest quality public education for all students. AASA is the foremost national and global professional organization for educational leaders including CEOs, superintendents, senior level school administrators, and aspiring school system leaders. AASA members are the chief education advocates for children. They advance the goals of public education and champion children’s causes in their districts and nationwide. As school system leaders, AASA members set the pace for academic achievement. They help shape policy, oversee its implementation, and represent school districts to the public at large. ENA is a member and corporate sponsor of AASA.
The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) is a nonpartisan, nationwide, nonprofit organization of public officials who head departments of elementary and secondary education in the states, the District of Columbia, the Department of Defense Education Activity, the Bureau of Indian Education and the five U.S. extra-state jurisdictions. As an organization, they are committed to ensuring that all students participating in the public education system — regardless of background — graduate prepared for college, careers, and life. To realize this, CCSSO brings together dedicated leaders and exceptional ideas to achieve measurable progress for every student. Their work includes supporting states as they implement new standards, reinvent systems that develop effective teachers, explore and adopt new technologies, and navigate political turmoil-all in the pursuit of helping students succeed. ENA is a Collaborative Partner in the Education Information Management Advisory Consortium (EIMAC).
The Center for Digital Education serves as a resource for the education market, researching K-12 and higher education technology trends, policy and funding, and providing insight and information on technology issues to both education experts and industry leaders. The organization unites public and private sector partners to advance the utilization of new technologies in school districts and on campuses nationwide. ENA sponsors several events including the Large District Fly-in and DELC.
Common Sense Media is dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. They empower parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives. Common Sense Education provides teachers and schools with free research-based classroom tools to help students harness technology for learning and life. Their K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum teaches students how to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world and their educational rating system, Graphite, helps educators discover, use, and share high-quality digital products that propel student learning. ENA has a strategic partnership with Common Sense Media.
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. For over two decades, CoSN has provided leaders with the management, community building, and advocacy tools they need to succeed. Today, CoSN represents over 10 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K–12 education. ENA is an active member and Gold sponsor of CoSN. Our Vice President of Client Services, Lillian Kellogg, is a member of their Board of Directors and works on their Finance committee. ENA participates in several initiatives and committees including the Smart Education Networks by Design (SEND), Becoming Assessment Ready (BAR), the Empowered Superintendent, and Advocacy Dinner and Auction.
CGCS is a national organization that exclusively represents the needs of urban public schools and its students. It is composed of 68 large city school districts whose special mission is to educate the nation’s most diverse student body to the highest academic standards and prepare them to contribute to our democracy and the global community. The organization promotes the cause of urban schools and advocates for inner-city students through legislations, research, and media relations. The CGCS’s objectives include educating all urban school students to the highest academic standards and leading, governing, and managing our urban public schools in ways that advance the education of our children and inspire the public’s confidence. ENA actively supports and sponsors several events with the CGCS.
Education Commission of the States (ECS) is committed to providing unbiased, factual information and resources to help policymakers make informed decisions to improve public education from early childhood to postsecondary. ECS partners with education policy leaders to address issues by sharing resources and expertise. The organization is proud to serve the people who develop and implement education policy and the students who directly benefit from effective policy change. ENA is a sponsor of ECS and participates in ECS events.
EDUCAUSE® is a nonprofit association and the foremost community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. The organization actively engages with colleges and universities, corporations, foundations, government, and other nonprofit organizations to further the mission of transforming higher education through the use of information technology. Through various programs and activities, EDUCAUSE and its members contribute to thought leadership on major issues, help clarify the current environment, document effective practices, and highlight how emerging trends and technologies may influence the evolution of IT in higher education. ENA is a corporate member of EDUCAUSE.
Internet2 is a member-owned advanced technology community founded by the nation’s leading higher education institutions in 1996. Internet2 provides a collaborative environment where US research and education organizations can solve common technology challenges and develop innovative solutions in support of their educational, research and community service missions. The community touches nearly every major innovation that defines our modern digital lives—and continues to define “what’s next.” ENA is a corporate member of the organization and is an active participant on the Internet2 K–20 Advisory Committee. Learn about Internet2-qualified ENA customer benefits.
The National Minority Supplier Development Council Inc ® (NMSDC®) is one of the country’s leading corporate membership organizations. Whether you are a small minority-owned business or a billion dollar powerhouse, the NMSDC helps organizations solve the growing need for supplier diversity. The NMSDC is committed to advancing Asian, Black, Hispanic, and Native American suppliers in a globalized corporate supply chain. ENA is proud to be a member of this esteemed organization.
The National School Boards Association (NSBA) is a nonprofit organization representing state associations of school boards and member districts across the United States. Its mission is to foster excellence and equity in public education through school board leadership. NSBA achieves that mission in three ways: 1. It represents the school board perspective before federal government agencies. 2. It works with national organizations that affect education. 3. It provides vital information and services to state associations of school boards and local school boards throughout the nation. NSBA has created an “army of advocates” poised to influence key federal legislative issues. ENA supports NSBA and is a corporate sponsor.
The Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) was founded in 2002. The coalition was formed to bring the business community, education leaders, and policymakers together to position 21st century readiness at the center of K–12 education and to kick-start a national conversation on the importance of 21st century skills for all students. P21’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for 21st century learning, and to build collaborative partnerships among education, business, community and government leaders. ENA is a Gold sponsor and member of P21. ENA’s Vice President of Client Services, Lillian Kellogg, is a past chair and holds a seat on the executive board. ENA associates also participate in several P21 committees.
The SHLB Coalition promotes government policies and programs to enable schools, libraries, health care providers, and other anchor institutions and their surrounding communities to obtain open, affordable, high-speed, broadband connections to the Internet. The SHLB Coalition is based in Washington, DC and has a diverse membership of commercial and non-commercial organizations that support their mission from across the United States. ENA is a founding member, sponsor, and active participant of SHLB. ENA’s Bob Collie is a member of SHLB’s Board of Directors and serves as Vice Chairman.
The Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries. The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) of SIIA represents and supports developers of educational software applications, digital content, online learning services, and related technologies across the K–20 sector. SIIA provides leadership, industry advocacy, critical market information, and a forum for connecting and shaping the software and digital content industry. ENA is an active member of SIIA and the ETIN, and we are members of their Education Board of Directors Alumni Committee.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) is a not-for-profit membership association launched by state education agency leaders in 2001 to serve, support, and represent their emerging interests and needs with respect to the use of technology for teaching, learning, and school operations. Their mission is to build and increase the capacity of state and national leaders to improve education through technology policy and practice. In carrying out their mission, they are committed to: serving every U.S. state and territorial education agency to help maintain a future-focused, holistic view on how to leverage technology for education; fostering collaboration among their members, strategic partners, and other education leaders and policymakers; and taking action on important issues facing public education. ENA is an active member and corporate Platinum sponsor and participates in several SETDA projects and programs.
The Quilt is a national coalition of advanced regional networks for research and education representing 36 networks across the country. Participants in The Quilt provide advanced network services and applications to over 200 universities and thousands of other educational institutions. The Quilt’s goals are to promote consistent, reliable, interoperable, and efficient advanced networking services that extend to the broadest possible community, and to represent common interests in the development and delivery of advanced network services. The Quilt facilitates collaboration among regional networks, advocates on behalf of regional networks, and helps regional networks leverage their collective experience and buying power. ENA is an active member and participates in the organization’s steering committee.
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose vision is to be the leader in women’s business development. Founded in 1997, WBENC is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States. The organization is committed to accelerating opportunities and creating a superior resource pool for all constituents. Through its strategic partnerships, WBENC is able to deliver world-class programming that enhances business development and growth by maximizing relevant knowledge programs and capitalizing on the wealth of industry expertise in its community. ENA is a proud supporter of WBENC and its dedication to fostering diversity in the world of commerce.
Every Hour Counts Buddies
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Corporation for National and Community Service
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
The JPB Foundation
The Wallace Foundation
Coalition for Community Schools Buddies
Community Development/Community Building
Asset-Based Community Development Institute
Center for Community Change
The Center for Leadership Innovation
Harlem Children’s Zone
National Council of La Raza
National Trust for Historic Preservation
National Urban League
The Harwood Institute
American Association of School Administrators
American Federation of Teachers
AFT’s Community Schools Page)
American School Counselor Association
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Center for the Collaborative Classroom
Council of Chief State School Officers
Council of the Great City Schools
Data Quality Campaign
Education Development Center
Elev8, Shriver National Center on Poverty Law
Learning First Alliance
National Association for Bilingual Education
National Association of Elementary School Principals
National Association of School Psychologists
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of State Boards of Education
National Association of State Directors of Special Education
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
National Education Association– (PARTNER SPOTLIGHT)
National Parent Teachers Association
National School Boards Association
National School Climate Center
Say Yes to Education
National Association of Social Workers
Family Support/Human Services
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities
American Public Human Services Association
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning
Child Welfare League of America
Children & Families First
Enterprise Community Partners
Harvard Family Research Project
National Center for Children and Families
The National Center for Children and Families
United Way Worldwide(United Way’s Community Schools Page)
Local and State Government
Corporation for National and Community Service
21st Century Community Learning Centers Program
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Health & Mental Health
American Public Health Association
American School Health Association
The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools, George Washington University
Healthy Schools Campaign– (PARTNER SPOTLIGHT)
School-Based Health Alliance
Mental Health America
National School Climate Center,
Center for Social and Emotional Education
Society of State Leaders of Health, Physical Education
Trust for America’s Health
UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools
Local Community School Networks
ABC Community Schools Partnership,
Ball State University – Teachers College,
Baltimore City Community Schools Initiative,
Berea College – Partners for Education,
Binghamton University – Broome County Promise Zone,
Binghampton, NY- (PARTNER SPOTLIGHT)
Binghamton University School of Social Work – College of Community and Public Affairs,
Boost! (United Way),
New Haven, CT
Boston Public Schools,
Brooklyn Center Community Schools District,
Brooklyn Center, MN
Broome County Promise,
Central New Mexico Community College – School of Business & Information Technology,
Children and Families First,
East Wilmington, DE
Children’s Aid Society Community Schools,
New York, NY
Children’s Services Council Palm Beach County,
Palm Beach County, FL
Cincinnati Community Learning Centers,
City of San Pablo,
San Pablo, CA
Closing the Gap- FSCS Initiative, Buffalo, NY
CMSD Community Wrap Around Schools,
Columbia College-Chicago – Center for Community Arts Partnerships,
Columbia University – Government and Community Affairs,
New York, NY
Columbia University – Teachers College,
New York, NY
Community Service Council – Center for Community School Strategies,
CPS Community Schools Initiative,
Cranston Family Center and COZ,
Dayton Neighborhood School Centers,
Des Moines Public Schools,
Des Moines, IA
Detroit Public Schools,
Drexel University – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement,
Drexel University – School of Education,
Elev8 Chicago- LISC,
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation,
Fall River Public Schools,
Fall River, MA
Family Service of Rhode Island, Inc.,
Florida International University,
Florida International University – Office of Engagement,
Flowing Wells Unified School District,
Franklin and Marshall College – Ware Institute For Civic Engagement,
Gainesville City Schools,
Greater Lehigh Valley-COMPASS,
Lehigh Valley, PA
Hartford Community Schools,
Higher Education Forum of Oklahoma,
Holyoke Public School District,
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis – Center for Service and Learning,
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis – Family, School, and Neighborhood Engagement Initiative,
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis – Community Initiative,
IUPUI Community Learning Network,
Kent County School Services Network,
Grand Rapids, MI
LA Education Partnership,
Los Angeles, CA
Lafayette College – Landis Center,
Lancaster School District,
Lehigh University – College of Education,
Lincoln Community Learning Centers,
Linkages to Learning,
Montgomery County, MD
Local Investment Commission,
Kansas City, MO
Manhattanville College – School of Education,
Mercer Street Friends,
Metro Nashville Public Schools,
Montclair State University – Center for Community Engagement,
Netter Center for Community Partnerships,
New Jersey Community Development Corporation,
New York City Public Schools,
New York, NY
New York University – Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service,
New York, NY
Northampton Community College,
Norwood Resource Center,
Oakland Unified School District,
Office of Community Engagement: Family, School and Neighborhood Engagement,
Ogden School District,
Ohio Department of Education – Community Schools,
Ohio State University – College of Social Work, Community, and Youth Collaborative Institute,
Ohio State University – Community and Youth Collaborative Institute,
Briarglen Community Schools Program,
Ontario-Montclair School District,
Pasadena Unified School District,
Peoria Full Service Community School Initiative,Peoria, IL
Redmond School District Community Schools,
Redwood City, CA
Rockland 21c Collaborative for Children and Youth,
Rockland County, NY
San Francisco Beacon Inititative,
San Francisco, CA
Santa Rosa City Schools,
Santa Rosa, CA
St. Louis Public Schools,
St. Louis, MO
SUN Service System and Community School,
The Austin Project,
Thrive – Five Signature Programs,
Twin Cities YMCA,
United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County,
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County,
United Way of Greater Toledo- Schools as Community Hubs,
United Way of Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake City, UT
United Way of the Bay Area,
San Francisco, CA
University of Tennessee-Knoxville,
Vallejo Unified School District,
Vancouver Public Schools,
West Chicago School District 33,
West Chicago, IL
YMCA Dane County,
Sun Prairie, WI
YMCA of Greater Long Beach,
Long Beach, CA
Youth & Opportunity United,
Zion Elementary School District,
National Community School Networks
Youth Development Institute
Children’s Aid Society
Communities In Schools– (PARTNER SPOTLIGHT)
Netter Center for Community Partnerships, University of Pennsylvania
Schools of the 21st Century, Yale University
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund
Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
JP Morgan Chase Foundation
Lincoln Community Foundation
Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation
Polk Bros. Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Rose Community Foundation
The Atlantic Philanthropies
The Wallace Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
School Facilities Planning
Association for Learning Environment
Education Facilities Clearinghouse
New Schools/Better Neighborhoods
Smart Growth America
21st Century School Fund
California Department of Education
California Consortium of Education Foundations
Child and family policy center
Colorado Foundation for Families and Children/ National Center for School Engagement
Georgia Family Connection Partnership
Illinois Community School Partnership / Voices for Illinois Children
Illinois Federation for Community Schools
Nebraska Children and Families Foundation
New Jersey School-Based Youth Service/Department of Human Services
Office of Family Resource and Youth Services Centers, Frankfort, KY
Ohio Department of Education
State Education and Environment Roundtable
Tennessee Consortium of Full Service Schools Washington State Readiness-To-Learn Initiative
America’s Promise Alliance
Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Boys and Girls Clubs of America–
California Afterschool Partnership/Center for Collaborative Solutions
Camp Fire USA
Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund
Forum for Youth Investment
John W Gardner Center
National Center on Time and Learning
National Collaboration for Youth
National Summer Learning Association
National Institute On Out-of-School Time
Partnership for After School Education
YMCA of the USA
Youth Development Institute
Panorama Education Buddies
Partnership for 21st Century Learning Buddies
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