Schott Foundation for Public Education

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Develop an accountability frame that ensures black males have access to four core resources that research shows are necessary to have a fair and substantive opportunity to learn: early childhood education, highly effective teachers, college prep curricula, and equitable instructional resources

Jan. 1, 2011 - Dec. 31, 2013

Focus Area

Secure Families, Educated Kids, Racial Equity

Geographic Focus

Massachusetts

Amount

$3,600,000

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