$ 117 M
In the United States
To learn at their best, Black and Latino children need more opportunities to attend schools that provide equitable access to resources, are free from bias, affirm their identity, and value their life experiences. Our work includes tailoring school models to the needs of students and increasing the number of school leaders of color who can drive change. We also partner with organizations that empower student and family voices to redesign schools that better match their needs.
Although enrollment in India’s schools is quite high, learning outcomes continue to be poor. Students from different grades are often taught together in the same classroom, where it’s easy for them to get left out and fall behind. We use a variety of funding models to help transform India’s classrooms and give students from low-income backgrounds the quality education that’s right for them.
In South Africa
Only one of 18 students in South Africa receives a post-high school qualification. We work with innovative partners to help children from low-income communities gain access to a higher quality education, beating the odds to secure a more prosperous future for learners and their families.