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Iruka: How 3 States Are Closing the Opportunity Gap by Bringing High-Quality Personalized Learning Programs Into Free Public Schools

The 74,

All children need a very personalized approach to develop into well-rounded individuals ready for success in school and life. Unfortunately, all children don’t have equal access to this ideal education, and those who don’t are quickly left behind in the… Read More

On the Same Page: An Early Childhood Education Collaborative With Some Big Backers

Inside Philanthropy,

The power of partnerships to bring positive change to early childhood education. Read More

Trust for Learning Welcomes Libby Doggett to the Board of Advisors

Please join us in welcoming Libby Doggett to our Board of Advisors. Libby brings more than 40 years of leadership and management skills honed through working in schools, Head Start and child care with children of all abilities, to building public will and creating… Read More

Trust For Learning Starts Hiring Search for New Policy and Program Associate

The Trust for Learning is seeking a Policy and Program Associate. Based in Washington, DC this individual works closely with the Senior Director of Policy and Programs to support early learning providers, develop grant programs, and influence policy. Read More

The Trust for Learning Releases New Research That Illuminates Parent Priorities for Early Childhood Education

The Trust for Learning released today the first-ever comprehensive survey of parent motivations as consumers of early childhood programs and resources. The vast majority of parents strongly desire early childhood education (ECE) that is highly personalized, child-centric and supports their… Read More

The Trust for Learning Announces the Opening of the Brady Education Foundation’s Request for Proposals to Research the Impact of Montessori Education in Public Schools

Five year, $3 million investment to investigate how the Montessori approach produces achievement outcomes for children age three to third grade and may reduce the achievement gap between children from under-resourced communities and other children. Read More