Funders

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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Beginning in 2009, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation helped CTQ launch a grassroots model of teacher leader development and codify tools and processes for administrators and teachers to collectively lead the transformation of their schools.

 

Carnegie LogoCarnegie Corporation of New York

Carnegie Corporation of New York has supported our teaching quality research and is helping us pilot micro-credentials to personalize educator-led learning throughout the nation.

 

Labrador Foundation

The Labrador Foundation has most recently helped us elevate educators’ stories to advance the teacher-powered schools movement.

 

Rose Community Foundation

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Rose Community Foundation helped us incubate the teacher leader movement in Denver, CO and now supports our efforts to network teacher leaders in the Denver Luminary Learning Network as part of the Innovation School Zone.

 

Silver Giving Foundation

Silver Giving LogoSilver Giving Foundation has helped us pilot micro-credentials for teachers leading common core instructional shifts in California.

 

Stuart Foundation

The Stuart Foundation is helping us expand the micro-credentialing movement in California, supporting Pomona Unified School District in its efforts to revolutionize professional learning.

 

W. K. Kellogg Foundation

Kellogg Foundation logoThe Kellogg Foundation is helping us expand our Collective Leadership Initiative with a focus on K-3 Literacy in South Carolina while we also network system leaders to share expertise across the Southeast.

 

William Penn Foundation

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The William Penn Foundation has helped us support an urban school district in its efforts to build a system of collective leadership from existing expertise demonstrated by teacher leaders.