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YOU -an education changemaker boldly leading the charge on reimagining the purpose of education for every child in the United States
Supporting Learning Environments
Investing in Unconventional Education
Instead of sending all students down the same one-size-fits-all path, let’s enable each learner to own their own bright future. Together, we can transform education for every child.
Many of the innovative educational programs featured in this video are VELA Education Fund grant recipients – learn more about VELA at velaedfund.org.
Seizing a unique moment in individualized education
More than 2 million children left the public school system between 2020 and 2022 — and enrollment continues to fall. These children aren’t just leaving school. They’re joining a growing movement of students, families, and educators who are creating, sustaining and growing a truly innovative education marketplace.
How do we eliminate racial injustice so every American can reach their full potential? We can begin by taking a harder look at the education system. 50CAN’s Derrell Bradford walks through the pitfalls of residential assignment — the process of assigning students to schools based on their zip codes.
Policy considerations for microschooling: Key insights from the Manhattan Institute
The shift to at-home learning during COVID exposed more families to individualized learning models. The Manhattan Institute, with funding from Stand Together Trust, published a series of reports on microschooling.