Tackling big challenges requires partners and collaboration. By developing strong relationships with like-minded organizations, we can deepen our expertise, expand our resources, and better assist the South’s public education system with improving equity in their schools. Get to know our current partners a little more, and let us know if you are interested in partnering with us.
Launched in June 2019, the Center For Black Educator Development revolutionizes education by rebuilding the national Black teacher pipeline. The organization targets interventions to increase the number of Black teachers so Black and other disenfranchised students can reap the full benefits of a quality public education.
EdPower works with a community of partners, offerings, and resources designed to connect organizations with schools and districts to deliver successful solutions for educators. The organization’s unique partner ecosystem solves problems and provides solutions that empower educators to accelerate innovation and drive student achievement.
Education Law Center pursues justice and equity for public school students by enforcing their right to a high-quality education in safe, equitable, non-discriminatory, integrated, and well-funded learning environments. To achieve these goals, the organization engages in litigation, research and data analysis, policy advocacy, communications, and strategic partnerships and collaborations.
The Southern Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supported by partners and donors committed to advancing equitable education policies and practices that elevate learning for low-income students and students of color in the southern states. SEF develops and disseminates research-based solutions for policymakers and grows the capacity of education leaders and influencers to create systemic change.