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Carnagie Corporation of New York - Education Grants

Description: Carnagie Foundation grantmaking aims to ensure that American public education prepares all students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions they need to fully participate in democracy and thrive in the global economy. Areas of focus include: New Designs to Advance Learning -Our grantmaking funds school- and classroom-based innovations to better support student learning and holistic youth development, with an emphasis on meeting each studentís unique needs, ensuring deep mastery of content and skills, and improving academic outcomes. Pathways to Postsecondary Success - We invest to reimagine pathways to educational and economic opportunity for high school graduates. This includes initiatives to improve college access and completion, particularly for low-income and first-generation students, as well as efforts to better align KĖ12 learning, higher education, and careers. Leadership and Teaching to Advance Learning - We work to ensure that all students benefit from content-rich, standards-aligned instruction by funding efforts to strengthen teaching and school leadership, including the development of high-quality instructional materials and curriculum-based professional learning. Public Understanding - Our grantmaking aims to build a shared understanding about the changes needed to ensure that all students excel in school and life, including efforts to foster collaboration among families, educators, community leaders, and students as true partners in achieving that vision. Integration, Learning, and Innovation - Our grantmaking is designed to ensure that everyone invested in improving our nationís schools works together more effectively to design and implement improvement strategies within complex systems. This includes efforts to reduce fragmentation, foster collaboration, and build cultures of continuous learning, as well as sharing lessons learned with the field. The Carnagie foundation does feature an open application process, accepting letters of inquiry throughout the year.
Deadline: ongoing acceptance of Letters of Interest
Grant Website: https://www.carnegie.org/programs/
Foundation: Carnagie Corporation of New York
Foundation's Website: https://www.carnegie.org/about/
Low Range of Grant: $50,000
High Range of Grant: $3,000,000
Subjects: Math, Science, Technology, Social Skills/Character Education, General Education, Community
Keywords: STEM, Common Core, finance, student advocacy, corporate grants


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