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Early Learning

Early Learning is dedicated to collaborating with early learning communities to create classrooms of educational excellence dedicated to the full development of children in at-risk communities.

In such learning environments, teachers demonstrate best practices to enhance school readiness, foster student achievement, and develop home-school-community partnerships, closing the gap in educational disparity.

Everyone Graduates Center

Everyone Graduates Center’s mission is to develop and disseminate the know-how required to enable all students to graduate from high school prepared for college, career, and civic life.

Through a systematic and comprehensive approach, EGC combines analysis of the causes, location, and consequences of the nation’s dropout crisis with the development of tools and models designed to keep all students on the path to high school graduation, and capacity building efforts to enable states, communities, school districts, and schools to provide all their students with the supports they need to succeed.

Diplomas Now

Diplomas Now brings together three organizations, Talent Development Secondary, City Year and Communities in Schools, and is based on research by Johns Hopkins University professor Bob Balfanz, the nation’s leading dropout expert.

Diplomas Now identifies students early and works to eliminate the problems that lead to dropping out: poor attendance, poor behavior or course failure in English or math.

Diplomas Now partners with the school community to reorganize the schedule so each student at risk has caring adults and those adults have the tools to improve achievement.

National Network of Partnership Schools

Established at Johns Hopkins University in 1996, the National Network of Partnership Schools invites schools, districts, states, and organizations to join together and use research-based approaches to organize and sustain excellent programs of family and community involvement that will increase student success in school.

Stocks in the Future

Stocks in the Future’s mission is to develop highly motivated middle school students who are eager to learn and dedicated to attending class through the use of incentives coupled with a financial literacy curriculum focused on investing that reinforces Math, Language Arts and Social Studies.

SIF develops curricula to give middle school students real-world financial education that is not provided in schools today. SIF teaches underserved middle school students personal finance skills to empower each student to take control of their financial and academic future.