Our current education and economic systems don’t work well for everyone, particularly students of color, first-generation students, and students experiencing poverty. We work with local leaders who have local knowledge and experience and share our belief that our education and economic systems need to work better for all.
We also engage with state and national policymakers and advocates to help inform their decisions that affect states and communities. We invest in research, technology, and tools to provide reliable information about what works and what doesn’t. We believe that, taken together, these efforts can truly transform schools, systems, and society to create life-changing opportunities for learning, growth, and prosperity.