2017 Education partners list


$2,421,000
This grant supports the expansion of its program of academics, enrichment, and health and fitness into six new cities and their “We Are Ready” program for kids in California, Georgia, and New York.


$100,000
This grant supports the Alliance’s on-going advocacy and policy efforts to preserve the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CLC) program.


$5,000,000
The project enables AMLE to serve as a convenor of prominent national researchers, policymakers, educators, and program providers to explore opportunities for collaboration, coordination, and potentially collective action in the area of young adolescents in the middle grades.

$100,000
The project enables AMLE to serve as a convenor of prominent national researchers, policymakers, educators, and program providers to explore opportunities for collaboration, coordination, and potentially collective action in the area of young adolescents in the middle grades.


$3,500,000
This grant supports their Summer Learning for Middle School Scholars program.


$1,250,000
This grant supports their “Thriving from Middle School to High School” program to improve middle school students’ readiness for high school.


$2,550,000
This grant supports their after-school program which provides middle school students with academic support and skill-building enrichment activities.


$1,050,000
This grant supports their Transforming Futures through Digital Learning Tools programs for middle school youth.

Community Resource Exchange

$450,000
This grant will continue to provide ongoing consulting support and technical assistance services for the Foundation’s Grief Reach and Aim High grantees from 2018-2020.


$250,000
This grant supports the Summer Soar enrichment program and the Eagle Institute to share promising practices with other educators.

ExpandED Schools

$1,000,000
This grant supports their initiative to strengthen the social-emotional learning components of afterschool programs in eight middle schools, training 240 community educators and serving 2,000 middle school students in three cities.


$400,000
This grant supports the afterschool programs at three middle schools in the Bronx. These programs help students stay on track to graduate middle school on time and better prepare them to enter the 9th grade ready for high school level work.


$1,890,000
This grant supports their Leveraging Middle School for Long-term Success program.


$750,000
This grant focuses on supporting low-income students transitioning to high school and providing consultation tailored to the needs of middle-and high-school students.


$1,500,000
This grant supports the expansion of the 4H Juntos program in two states, Illinois and California, and will help enable over 500 eighth graders and more than 150 ninth graders to participate the Juntos program.


$520,000
This grant will help expand their programs and continue to sponsor the New York Life Excellence in Summer Learning Awards.


$1,000,000
This grant supports their Virtual Enterprises Junior Ventures Career Academy program, expanding the VEI model to middle school.


$1,000,000
This grant supports the Y Scholars Middle School program, which helps foster college aspirations and high school success in students.