As the foundation focuses grantmaking efforts on middle and high schools, there is still much to learn about the work and needs of these schools in networks. Our K-12 team invites organizations that have facilitated networks for school improvement or believe they have the skills to do so to respond to a foundation-issued Request for Information (RFI).
Through RFI responses, we hope to learn how others have used continuous improvement methods to improve postsecondary outcomes for Black, Latino, and low-income students, and how to build the capacity of organizations to do this work in the future.
Start a Response to the RFI on Networks for School Improvement
We want to hear from intermediaries of networks of secondary schools that have successfully engaged in continuous improvement.
Questions? Please read the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on the RFI process.
Alongside our partners, we seek to ensure that all students get a great public education so they have the skills and knowledge to succeed in the workplace. Read more about our K-12 strategy.