The Education Program in 2011
Students at City Arts and Technology High School in San Francisco, California, present graduation portfolios in order to graduate. Photo courtesy of City Arts and Technology.
- Increase economic opportunity and civic engagement by education students to succeed in a changing world through deeper learning
- Improve the conditions for education reform in California
- Equalize access to knowledge for teachers and students around the globe through Open Educational Resources
- Raise educational achievement in disadvantaged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area
In 2011, the Education Program made 116 grants to 79 organizations, totaling over $33.3 million.
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View a list of the Education Program's 2011 grants.
The Education Program in the News in 2011:
- Featured Website: Expeditionary Learning – March 2011
- “Foundations”: A Q&A with Christopher Shearer, Education Program Officer – March 2011
- Can Deeper Learning Improve American Competitiveness? – March 2011
- Hewlett Foundation Launches New Initiative to Reform Education Policy in California – April 2011