Spring 2014 Grants

A+ Education Partnership

State Level - AL

General operating support for this statewide organization that works to ensure every child in Alabama has access to a quality education. $50,000

Fulton County Schools

Atlanta, GA

Program support to develop and implement a comprehensive teacher induction program with The New Teacher Project, a national leader in urban teacher recruitment and training. $125,000

Georgia Campaign for Grade Level Reading

State Level - GA

Program support for piloting a PreK – 3rd grade alignment program in Athens-Clarke County Schools and the Jackson Cluster in Atlanta Public Schools. $80,000
(over 2 years)

KIPP Metro Atlanta

Atlanta, GA

Program support for KIPP Strive Primary, a model charter school shown to outperform area schools. $25,000


Charlotte, NC

General operating support to this independent, nonprofit organization that informs and engages the community around the critical issues facing public education. $50,000

Queens University - School Executive Leadership Academy

Charlotte, NC

Program support for the School Executive Leadership Academy, an innovative program that prepares new school leaders and principals. $25,000

Teach for America - Alabama

Birmingham, AL

Program support to help recruit, train, and support corps members and alumni as they work to improve educational opportunities for Birmingham students. $50,000

UABTeach - University of Alabama Birmingham

Birmingham, AL

Program support for UABTeach, a national model of teacher preparation and recruitment designed to nurture and train a new teaching force of highly qualified instructors in STEM subjects. $75,000

UNCC - Charlotte Teachers Institute

Charlotte, NC

General operating support for this partnership among UNC Charlotte, Davidson College and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools that offers high quality, intensive professional development to teachers. $25,000

WINGS for kids

Atlanta, GA

Program support for WINGS, a results-driven after school program focused on social and emotional learning within high-poverty public elementary schools in Fulton County. $40,000