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What We Do: Education

Classroom Supports

A teacher in South Africa leans over a student's work to help him.

Each year, we will support over 500,000 classrooms globally with high-quality tools, technology, and resources.

Students in every classroom have different needs and ways of learning. But educators around the world lack data and tools they can use to serve each student individually. We work with partners to provide those tools, equipping educators to analyze each student’s academic achievement and change direction as needed.



Active Projects

$ 67 M

Active Commitments

Classroom Supports

In the United States

More than half of U.S. students from low-income backgrounds are below basic proficiency in literacy and math. We give teachers access to resources that help improve instruction and close gaps like this. We also connect different sources of student data so that teachers can gain a full picture of student academic performance, progress, and needs.

Classroom Supports

In India

To improve student learning outcomes, we invest in education technology that allows students to consume information in different and meaningful ways, beyond classroom instruction.

Classroom Supports

In South Africa

In South Africa, most students in grade five cannot do basic math. We partner with education leaders to bring data and technology into the classroom so teachers can provide better instruction and individual support for every student.

Our Classroom Supports Team

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Quality Schools

Each year, we will create opportunities for over 5 million low-income students globally to attend high-quality schools.


University Success

Each year, we will help over 350,000 low-income students globally earn university degrees.