Education Grantees Out of School 2011

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
Aim High San Mateo County Third-year support to provide a five-week summer academic program in East Palo Alto and Redwood City for 160 low-income and students of color who have scored below proficient in mathematics. $50,000
ALearn Santa Clara County Second-year support for its MAP program -- a 19-day, 75-hour intensive mathematics skills improvement program for 600 rising 7th grade middle school students $100,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula San Mateo County Support for the Summer CNG Math Program to provide 140 middle school students in grades 6 through 8 in East Palo Alto, east Menlo Park and Redwood City a five-week intensive math instruction program that includes hands-on math related work. $35,000
Children's Empowerment, Inc. San Mateo County Second-year support for the Summer Algebra Readiness Program, a five-day per week, two-hour per day program that seeks to increase the proficiency in mathematics of 50 under-performing rising 9th graders in preparation for enrollment in algebra in Jefferson High School. $50,000
Citizen Schools San Mateo and Santa Clara counties Second-year support for Preparing Students for Success in Middle School and Beyond, an after-school mathematics intervention program for 540 rising 6th and 7th grade students at five campuses. The program seeks to boost student readiness for Algebra 1 in the 8th grade by improving math skills, increasing the relevancy of math and providing college and career readiness skills. $80,000
Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley Santa Clara County Support for the Algebra Review Project, which seeks to provide an Algebra I intervention program for 500 entering 8th grade students who are lower performing. The project will provide 42 hours of subject-specific support through "Saturday Reviews" and two week-long, "Intersession Interventions" during the school year. $50,000
Jose Valdes Math Institute Santa Clara County Third-year grant to support serving at least 75 low-performing rising 6th to 9th grade lower-performing students. The Institute provides an intensive summer mathematics program with daily instruction; a small learning environment with a consistent teaching team per classroom; exposure to college culture; and, year-round drop-in tutoring for students. $60,000
La Honda Pescadero Unified School District San Mateo Third-year support to provide a four-week, daily intensive summer program for 87 rising 7th, 8th and 9th graders whose mathematics proficiency is below grade level. $31,000
Peninsula Bridge Program San Mateo and Santa Clara counties Third-year support to provide more than 350 students at seven sites an intensive five-week summer intervention program. This program entails a four-year commitment to participating students for each summer between their 4th and 8th grade years. $70,000
Ravenswood Cities In Schools, Inc (dba The San Francisco 49ers Academy) San Mateo County Second-year support for the 49ers After School Math Academy, a four-hour per week mathematics after-school program that serves 30 to 40 under-performing students at the 49ers Academy. $45,854
Redwood City Education Foundation San Mateo County Third-year support for the Pre-Algebra Summer Math Institute, a four-week four hours per day mathematics summer program for 60 lower-performing students in which a teacher team delivers instruction in fundamental skills and concepts necessary for successful entry and completion of Algebra 1 in the 8th grade. $50,205
San Mateo County Office of Education San Mateo County Third-year support for the Summer Bridge to Algebra Success program, which seeks to improve the readiness of 120 lower performing rising 9th grade students for high school algebra by addressing essential algebra concepts as well as other factors necessary for students' success. $99,700
Silicon Valley Education Foundation Santa Clara County Third-year support for the Stepping Up to Algebra Program, a 19-day, 75-hour intensive mathematics skills improvement program for 1,000 rising 8th grade middle school students in Santa Clara County who have scored at the upper below basic, basic and low proficiency levels. $100,000
We Teach Science Foundation San Mateo County Support to implement the Algebra Remote Tutoring and Mentoring Program, providing 75 Pacifica middle school students with a web-based, interactive program to connect with SF Bay Area science, technolog, engineering and mathematics professionals for one hour per week during the academic year. $50,000