Education Grantees Out-of-School 2014

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
Aim High for High School San Mateo Support for the Mathematics Summer Program, a five-week summer academic program that will result in readiness to pursue college preparatory math courses in high school for more than 300 low-income students and students of color. Additionally, support for a) a new 8th grade math curriculum aligned to the Common Core standards and Aim High's project-based approach to learning, b) revised assessments and c) more robust teacher training to implement the new curriculum. $35,000
ALearn San Mateo and Santa Clara Support to expand the MAP program, a year-round skills-improvement, Common Core-based intervention program that improves the academic proficiency of more than 1,300 low-income and minority 6th, 7th and 8th graders who are currently performing “below grade level” in pre-algebra and algebra. $75,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula San Mateo Support for 240 middle school students to receive three hours of daily instruction by certified teachers and targeted practice on math and science for five weeks during summer 2015. $50,000
Breakthrough Silicon Valley Santa Clara Support for the Breakthrough Middle School Math Program, which provides 300 students with a six-week summer and after-school math program. The program partners with others to provide support and guidance until and after college. $55,000
Building Educated Leaders for Life of California Santa Clara Support for the Bridges Academy summer program, which provides 300 rising 7th and 8th graders with high-impact learning and enrichment for five weeks during the summer in the Franklin McKinley School District. $35,000
Campbell Union High School District Santa Clara Support for the Summer Math Lab, a school district collaborative summer program for 120 students transitioning from 8th to 9th grade. The program is co-taught by middle school and high school teachers for four weeks. $50,000
Citizen Schools California San Mateo and Santa Clara Support to provide high-quality, Common Core-aligned extended learning time that includes dedicated math instruction, homework support and project based STEM "apprenticeships" to effectively prepare more than 600 middle school students for algebra and geometry. $50,000
City Year Santa Clara Support for the Extended Learning Time program (ELT), which provides year-round after school learning opportunities in mathematics and English Language Arts to 6th grade students at Fischer Middle School in Alum Rock. $60,000
Daly City Peninsula Partnership Collaborative San Mateo Support for the Summer Math Bridge project, which will provide 70 rising 9th grade students a four-week summer program focused on key Common Core standards. The program will be co-taught by a middle school and a high school mathematics teacher at Jefferson High. $25,000
Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley San Mateo and Santa Clara Support for the Elevate [Math] Plus Program, a year-long program that will support 500 8th grade students to improve their success rates in Algebra 1 (or Integrated Math 1) by providing 50 more hours of instruction. $35,000
Jose Valdes Math Foundation San Mateo and Santa Clara Support for the Summer Valdes Institute, an intensive 28-day academic summer program held at Stanford University and at Sunrise Middle School for 230 students who are performing one to four years below grade level in mathematics. $85,000
San Mateo Union High School District San Mateo Support for the Summer Bridge to Algebra Success program, which  seeks to improve student readiness for high school algebra by providing 144 rising 9th graders with intensive mathematics programming co-taught by their middle school teachers and high-school teachers. $39,700
Sequoia Union High School District San Mateo Support for the Tri-District Summer Math Institute, which seeks to provide 120 students with a two-year consecutive summer academic mathematics program. $50,000
Silicon Valley Education Foundation Santa Clara Support for the Elevate [Math] program, an intensive 19-day summer academic intervention program for more than 1,100 rising 8th grade students. $75,000
St. James Community Foundation San Mateo Support for the Math Scholars Program, a year-round tutoring and parent education program for 50 middle school students. $20,000
THINK Together Santa Clara Support to serve 160 students at four schools in San Jose Unified School District with two hours of certified teacher instruction per week for 30 weeks, with three to four additional hours of individualized blended-learning programming per day. $50,000
William C. Overfelt High School Santa Clara Support for the Camelot Summer Institute, a summer academic  program for 250-300 incoming 9th grade students. The program   focuses on increasing mathematics achievement and building a college-going culture. $40,000
    Total $829,700