The Kenneth Rainin Foundation awarded over $3.7 million in Education grants to advance equitable literacy solutions in Oakland.
Listening and learning is at the heart of High Expectations’ approach and ongoing success in helping families and school staff partner to support holistic achievement for students.
FULCRUM and Ignite! Reading are showing the power of what’s possible when Oakland children get equitable access to evidence-based learning and supports.
All awards aligned with the Education Program’s goals to identify and mitigate system gaps, foster alignment and collaboration in the field, and amplify equitable literacy solutions for students.
Dana’s commitment to the Foundation’s mission and vision, our grantees and partners, and Oakland’s youngest learners is unwavering.
This opinion piece by Dana Cilono, which appeared in “CalMatters,” makes the case for doubling down on proven strategies like structured literacy.
One neighborhood at a time, Dr. Bri Moore is moving toward 3Ls’ vision of Black and Brown children flourishing, free from the interrelated trappings of systemic illiteracy and poverty.
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation awarded over $165,000 in grants to support summer programs, evidence-based interventions and leadership growth initiatives that are aimed at boosting early literacy development for Oakland children.
The Community Strategy Council for Educational Equity and Excellence helped guide our grantmaking during the pandemic and brought essential knowledge to our Education Program strategies.
Early Literacy Kings addresses the shortage of men—and especially men of color—in the classroom by creating pathways into education careers.