Education Grantees - In-School Grantees - 2016

Organization Area Served Purpose Amount
Ace Charter School Santa Clara To increase student math proficiency via professional development for teachers and school leaders on Common Core content and instruction, including the use of new formative assessments and data to drive curriculum using new Engage NY models. $60,000
Brisbane School District San Mateo To provide fifth through eighth grade students access to the high cognitive demand, college and career ready concepts and skills of the Common Core State Standards through facilitated professional development and collaboration. $60,404
Campbell Union High School District Santa Clara To develop systems and structures for professional development in lesson design, modeling standards for math practice and integrating practices for math discussions to ensure students succeed in K-12 to college pipeline. $100,000
Escuela Xochitl Tonatiuh Santa Clara To build a learning community of math teachers who will use the most effective means available to help impoverished English language learners reach and exceed grade level performance in math. $25,000
Jefferson Elementary School District Santa Mateo To provide intensive summer and school-year professional development to teachers and students that integrates mathematics, English-language development, and technology into the classroom. $99,500
Krause Center for Innovation Both To increase student achievement in pre-algebra, algebra and transformational geometry and promote the use of technology in teaching math through Common Core professional development for math teachers grades six through ten. $93,000
New Teacher Center Santa Clara To improve math proficiency by providing math teachers grades six through eight professional development in practice of Lesson Study and access to advanced Lesson Study-based Professional Learning Communities. $100,000
Partners in School Innovation Santa Clara To build capacity of Franklin-McKinley School District teachers and leaders through participation in Professional Learning Community for fourth through sixth grade teachers focused on aligning lessons to Common Core, improving assessments and instructional leadership. $100,000
Pivot Learning Partners Both To build a multi-district network in Silicon Valley focused on: a) providing all students with access to rigorous Common Core-aligned mathematics instruction and coursework; and b) preventing math misplacement. $90,000
San Jose State University Research Foundation/Silicon Valley Math Initiative San Mateo To support San Mateo County teachers professional development at summer Coaching Institute and five follow-up workshops during the academic year. $100,000
    Total $827,904