The Foundation strives for impact by providing resources and support to our partners. While we cannot reach our goals through our actions alone, we hold ourselves accountable for acting strategically to support the conditions that will lead to better education and life outcomes for adolescents. In addition to working with our partners to understand the impact of individual grants, we follow the overall impact of investments and engage in continuous learning.
All4Ed: The Alliance, through its California Future-Ready Schools network, will help build the capacity of the 400 California district members to inform policy at the local, state and federal levels based on the experiences of teachers, principals and district leaders. The Alliance will also work with California school districts to expand their instructional leadership and coaching capacity to create high-quality remote learning experiences and policies.
Jobs for the Future (JFF): In January 2021, JFF released, The Big Blur: An Argument for Erasing the Boundaries Between High School, College, and Careers — and Creating One New System That Works for Everyone, which calls for high school, higher education, and workforce systems to better meet the needs of young people and future employer demands. Grant funds will support JFF to apply this vision in California and identify opportunities for closer weaving of high school, college, and career pathways in specific regions as well promote policy realignment at the state level.
Learning Policy Institute (LPI): Grant funds will support Reimagining College Access (RCA) which seeks to advance more equitable postsecondary access and success and drive improvements in K–12 teaching and learning. LPI is working with university, K-12 leaders and practitioners to design a set of performance assessments aligned to admissions standards and processes at UCs and CSUs and, with their leaders, identifying pilot sites where performance assessment can be used for admissions decisions, academic advising and placement. Grant funds will also support RCA and Envision Education to design a portal within the Common App platform for performance assessment submissions.
UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools (CTS): CTS, in partnership with John Burton Advocates for Youth (JBAY), California Youth Connection, and a subset of CSU campuses, will complete a study on the impact of campus support programs for foster students. CTS will also work with these partners to examine academic and school climate patterns for fosters and non-foster youth for the 2018-2019 school year in the five counties and ten districts that serve the highest proportion of foster youth to help inform the development of campus practices and policies and the state’s longitudinal data system.
National Center for Youth Law: Grant funds are supporting the expansion of FosterEd in California, a program focused on improving the educational outcomes of students who are in foster care, experiencing homelessness, and/or involved in the juvenile justice system.
John Burton Advocates for Youth (JBAY): JBAY has been one of the Foundation’s core partners for nearly a decade. Grant funds are supporting advocacy around education, housing and health policies to support youth who have experienced foster care, homelessness and/or juvenile justice.
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