Yesterday, we announced that our Great Schools Fund is investing $2.6 million to create more than 850 new seats in innovative, high-quality district, charter and Catholic schools. Read more about it in today’s Inquirer and on WHYY. The grants will fuel the startup of a new innovative district high school, the expansion of a high-performing …
Philadelphia Inquirer: Philadelphia School Partnership to award $2.6 million in grants
The influential Philadelphia School Partnership, organized to raise $100 million for high-performing city schools, Tuesday announced it would award $2.6 million more in grants.
Its largest gift, $2 million over four years, will support Building 21, a Philadelphia School District high school slated to open in September.
PSP Invests $2.6 Million in Startup, Expansion, and Incubation of District, Charter and Private Schools
Latest grants will fund new district high school, expansion of high-performing charter school, and planning for new Catholic high school to serve at-risk students.
The Philadelphia School Partnership (PSP) today announced it will invest $2.6 million in grants from the Great Schools Fund to create more than 850 new seats in high-quality, innovative district, charter, and Catholic schools. The $100 million fund invests in the incubation, startup, expansion and turnaround of schools of all types across Philadelphia.
WHYY/Newsworks: Philadelphia School Partnership gives $2 million to new public high school
By Kevin McCorry The Philadelphia School Partnership announced Tuesday that it will donate $2.6 million in grant funding in the hopes of aiding the creation of 850 new seats in what it deems high-performing district, charter and Catholic-run schools. Building 21, a new district-run high school opening in the Fall, will receive the majority of …