Barr Announces First Cohort of Partners in $30-Million “Engage New England: Doing High School Differently” Initiative
Nine organizations from Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maine receive planning grants to advance greater success for all students.
A recap and recording of a recent webinar featuring successful high schools intentionally designed around positive youth development theory.
Learning-focused school visits aim to generate interest and capacity in the Commonwealth to create excellent high school models.
Gateway to College National Network president outlines a funding opportunity for new partnerships between New England colleges and K–12 school districts.
Barr issues RFP for planning and design of schools situated within a wider learning ecosystem to promote college and career readiness.
To better understand options for students who are off track in the goal of graduating from high school, Barr commissioned Springpoint to visit a set of New England schools serving this population and to share their findings here.
Join us December 12 to learn more and ask questions about our newly-released request for proposals for innovative schools and programs for students off track to high school graduation in New England.
Foundation issues RFP for planning and design of schools and programs in New England focused on connecting students off track to graduation to success in high school and beyond.
The Education Program issues Request for Information and invites responses through October 21.
Jenny Curtin, senior program officer in Education, shares about what it is (and isn’t) and promising examples of key elements taking root in our region.