Report examines the impact of the nonprofit, Bottom Line, on low-income, first-generation students in New York City.
Report examines successes, challenges, and lessons from a private-public district turnaround initiative.
Report examines the in-district turnaround model and its impact on student achievement.
Report recommends steps charter school operators, policymakers, city-based education organizations, and philanthropic funders may take to spur more innovation in the sector.
Report offers policymakers and philanthropic leaders recommendations to capitalize on the potential of technology to serve student in rural areas.
Report examines how philanthropic organizations in four cities—Albany, N.Y.; Denver, Colo.; Harlem, N.Y.; and Houston, Tex.—have affected the charter sector.
Report profiles three high-impact city-based organizations that are taking significant strides toward reforming their cities’ education systems.
Report offers guidance for philanthropies on how to invest wisely as part of a city-based strategy.
Report explores a range of design issues that districts, providers, and investors could work through as they set up viable performance guarantees.
Report looks at national organizations that are moving to create – and support – new schools in the charter sector to further their own mission.
Report reflects on the effectiveness of a “new schools” strategy for philanthropy.
Book chapter aims to shed light on the question: How extensive is choice-related philanthropy in the United States.