Category Archives: Education Funding
New Oakland Education Investment Fund, Educate78, announces partnership with the Black Teacher Project!
The National Equity Project is honored to incubate and house the Black Teacher Project (BTP) and its founder and our ally, Dr. Micia Mosely! We’re excited to share that new Oakland Education Investment fund, Educate78, recently announced its partnership with … Continue reading
This month National Equity Project board member Gregory Hodge will participate on a panel at the Foundation Center in San Francisco on “Philanthropic Support for Black Men and Boys: Where Do We Go From Here?” Other panelists represent organizations including … Continue reading
Last week a group called Fight Crime: Invest in Kids released “Pay Now or Pay Much More Later,” a report on proposed cuts in California to early childhood education. Research supports the idea that the less we invest in early education in … Continue reading
In a new paper, Lawrence Mishel of the Economic Policy Institute argues that as a nation, “we are not broke, nor will we be”: Nevertheless, while these claims have little in the way of truth, politicians and pundits have successfully … Continue reading
IDEA at UCLA has released the 2011 report of their annual survey of learning conditions in California schools titled “Free Fall.” They find that the budget crisis is disproportionately hurting the most vulnerable communities: California high schools are providing less … Continue reading