Marcos Lucio Popovich joined Barr in 2013 as a Proteus Fund Diversity Fellow and in 2014 became a program fellow on the Foundation’s Education team, managing grants within the out-of-school time and K–12 strategies. In July 2015, he was appointed a program officer at the Nellie Mae Education Foundation.
$810,000 in national funding helps stalled high school graduates jump start their future.
New reports highlight challenges and opportunities for improving the academic achievement of Black and Latino young men in Boston Public Schools.
New education report spotlights two Barr grantees as models worth expanding and replicating.
A new project from the Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy sets out to provide an annual review of student progress and proficiency to inform education leaders and policy makers about what we are doing well and where we need to improve.
For the third year in a row, a Barr grantee stood among the recipients of our nation's highest honor for youth arts organizations.