Education

The Foundation’s investment in education is based upon the following five principles:

  • Autonomy and accountability – Schools must have the autonomy to do what is best for their students in exchange for rigorous accountability.
  • Choice – A meaningful array of quality alternatives is necessary to ensure that families can choose the education best suited for their child.
  • Talent – Effective teachers are the most critical factor in a child’s education.
  • Technology – Wisely deployed, technology has the potential to transform the quality and the menu of learning options available to each child.
  • Ideas Matter - Change requires an abundance of practical ideas, proof points and advocacy for conditions that support innovation and foster excellence.

To learn more, see the list of the Organizations We Support and our Guidelines. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant applications, grant proposals or letters of inquiry.

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