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Rachel's Challenge is a 501(c)3 non profit and exists to inspire, equip and empower every person to create a permanent positive culture change in their school, business or community by starting their own chain reaction of kindness and compassion.
What High School Didn't Teach Me
"What High School Didn't Teach Me” is a book by Rajat Bhageria--a recent graduate--about how high school is killing creativity by forcing students to memorize factoids, rather than inspiring them to pursue creative endeavors.
Change the Lens Productions
Change the Lens Productions is a documentary production company.
The Chester Fund for Education and the Arts
The Chester Fund exists to provide children in Chester with a world-class education: one that combines academic rigor with artistic creativity; encourages personal responsibility; and addresses the intellectual, emotional, and social needs of each child.
The Heart of Education
Empowering individuals to live more authentic meaningful lives, families to raise children of compassion & integrity, educators to create safe, caring, & high performing learning communities, & leaders to encourage excellence & ethics in the work place.
Charles Bell’s novel is a thought-provoking literary work that initiates discussion on the problems that adversely affect the African American community.
Cognitive First provides under-resourced and at-risk children with sponsored access to online reading readiness and learning skill development tools that are the critical missing ingredient needed to improve reading proficiency and graduation rates.
Justice Matters - 1 followers
Justice Matters is a national people of color-led racial justice education policy movement building organization. JM's research, policy agendas and organizing efforts are rooted in the values and vision communities of color hold for our children.
The Foundation for Educational Choice
The Foundation for Educational Choice is a research foundation dedicated to exploring and promoting the benefits of school choice.
Build performing curriculum and instruction methods, along with building partnerships at your campus and in classrooms. Use 21st century research to design Standards and learning objectives to engage students with relevant material.