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    Grant Amount

    Results: 101-125 of 137

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Southern California GrantmakersEducation, Effective Practice$166,2322019for planning support to create a comprehensive home visiting system in LA County
    Parents as Teachers National Center, Inc.Education, Effective Practice$60,0002019for the National Home Visiting Models Alliance
    Education First Consulting LLCEducation, Effective Practice$25,0002019for California Education Funder Collaborative membership
    University of ChicagoEducation, Effective Practice$1,818,5842019for study and scaling of Getting on Track for School Success
    Start EarlyEducation, Effective Practice$750,0002019to support the planning and execution of an annual three-day National Home Visiting Summit in 2020-2022
    National Association for Family School and Community EngagementEducation, Effective Practice$750,0002019for general support
    Johns Hopkins UniversityEducation, Effective Practice$357,4122019to refine and disseminate a home visitor communication skills toolkit
    Foothill - De Anza Community Colleges FoundationEducation, Effective Practice$1,100,0002019for the Family Engagement Institute (FEI)
    New America FoundationEducation, Effective Practice$1,200,0002019for the Early Education and English Learner teams
    American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral SciencesEducation, Effective Practice$362,7802019for a formative study of DLL professional development and teacher practice in California
    First 5 Alameda CountyEducation, Effective Practice$10,0002019for sponsorship of the Alameda County Fatherhood Summit 2019
    Regents of the University of MichiganEducation, Effective Practice$625,0002019for a study of math instruction across prekindergarten auspice
    Third Sector New England Inc.Education, Effective Practice$20,0002019for co-sponsorship of the BUILD conference
    Californians Dedicated to Education FoundationEducation, Effective Practice$25,0002019for 2019 California STEAM Symposium
    UnivisionEducation, Effective Practice$200,0002018for
    The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior UniversityEducation, Effective Practice$5,750,0002018for the Development and Research in Early Mathematics (DREME) Network
    Reach Out and Read IncEducation, Effective Practice$914,1002018for a multi-region rollout of ROR's Early Math Initiative
    Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.Education, Effective Practice$497,9322018for an implementation study of the scale up of two family engagement programs
    Brazelton Touchpoints FoundationEducation, Effective Practice$5,0002018to provide event tickets to parents and educators for the Symposium Honoring Dr. Brazelton
    Association of State and Tribal Home Visiting InitiativesEducation, Effective Practice$70,0002018to focus public, policymaker, and media attention on the positive outcomes generated by home visiting, as documented by recent research, with a particular focus on the results of the MIHOPE evaluation
    James Bell AssociatesEducation, Effective Practice$1,900,0002018to support the National Home Visiting Resource Center to collect, analyze, and disseminate information and research about home visiting programs to describe the current state of the field and ultimately inform policy and program improvements
    Ernst & Young LLPEducation, Effective Practice$25,0002018to identify best practices and innovations in parent and community engagement
    New Teacher CenterEducation, Effective Practice$80,0002018to design Early Learning Math modules
    Georgetown UniversityEducation, Effective Practice$460,0002018to assess the long-term effects of participation in Tulsa, Oklahoma’s publicly-funded pre-kindergarten program through high school
    Foundations, Inc.Education, Effective Practice$500,0002018to support the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

    The list above contains awards approved by the Foundation. These are primarily grants, but also include direct charitable activities (DCAs) and program-related investments (PRIs). DCAs are distributions a foundation makes to conduct its own charitable activities, rather than by or through other organi­zations. PRIs are investments with a charitable purpose for which the Foundation’s primary purpose is not to produce income. Under IRS regulations, the expenses associated with DCAs and PRIs count toward a foundation’s qualifying distributions and are reported on its IRS Form 990-PF.

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