Who We Work With
Today there is a growing community of performance-driven education reform leaders, entrepreneurs, organizations, foundations and public institutions that are spearheading innovative approaches to better serve all students, especially those in low-income communities. These organizations and their supporters are demonstrating the promise of innovative solutions for closing the persistent achievement gap in public education.
As these organizations gain recognition and grow beyond the start-up stage, they need help to develop business strategies that are more sophisticated, internal management systems that are more mature, and leadership capacity that is deeper and more diverse. At the same time, to maximize their effectiveness and broaden their impact, these organizations need the support of strong thought leadership outside of their own day-to-day work to help coordinate their efforts, inform policymakers and improve the political and policy context for their work as well as to share their successful approaches with the public education field at large.