Grant represents largest national foundation commitment to Great Schools Fund; joins dozens of funders investing in creation and expansion of high-quality schools The Philadelphia School Partnership (PSP) will receive $4.5 million from the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation including $4.3 million for the Philadelphia Great Schools Fund and $200,000 towards initiatives to expand parent access …
Today we announced that the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation will invest $4.5 million in the future of Philadelphia’s schools and children, with nearly all of the funds dedicated to growing and creating high-performing schools through our Great Schools Fund. Read more about the announcement in today’s Inquirer. Janet Mountain, Executive Director of the Michael …
The Philadelphia School Partnership is scheduled to announce Tuesday that it will receive $4.5 million from the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation to help increase enrollment in high-performing city schools.
The leadership of the nonprofit Philadelphia School Partnership announced Thursday that it was more than halfway to its goal of raising $100 million to pump into expanding strong schools, whether they're charter, public, or private.
A group is halfway toward its goal of raising $100 million for high-performing Philadelphia schools.
The Philadelphia School Partnership has commitments of $52 million toward its goal of $100 million to help expand opportunities at schools it says are doing it right — whether they are public, private or charter.
The Philadelphia School Partnership said Thursday it has gotten funding commitments and challenge grants for $51.9 million over five years.
The 2-year-old Philadelphia-based nonprofit said the figure includes commitments and challenge grants of more than $50 million for its Philadelphia Great Schools Fund.