ACS partners with non-profits, philanthropic organizations, and government agencies.
The Arras Foundation partners with community members who work to make a lasting impact on the health and well-being of their community. The Arras Foundation focuses on grant making in the following areas: responsive grants, adult literacy transition grants, and teachers’ pet grants.
The Cleveland Foundation is the first and one of the largest community foundations. Its mission is to enhance the lives of all residents of Greater Cleveland, now and for generations to come, by working together with our donors to build community endowment, address needs through grantmaking, and provide leadership on key community issues.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District envisions 21st Century Schools of Choice where students will be challenged with a rigorous curriculum that considers the individual learning styles, program preferences and academic capabilities of each student, while utilizing the highest quality professional educators, administrators and support staff available.
The Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio serves the needs of the students and educational community by supporting, collaborating and partnering with local, regional, state and national agencies and providing quality leadership, products, programs and professional services. ESCNEO supports 47 school districts across 5 counties.
The Franklin Department of Job and Family Services (FCDJFS) is a county, state and federally supported agency responsible for basic financial, medical and social services programs.
Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara (GIGSB) is one of 79 affiliates of Girls Inc., a national nonprofit organization whose focus is on the development of girls ages 5-22 through evidence-based programming in a pro-girl environment. GIGSB empowers those they serve to take risks and navigate gender, economic, and social barriers within their communities and beyond, and helps uplift and inspire girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
The mission of Idaho AEYC is to advance Idaho’s early learning profession and advocate for children, families and those who work on behalf of young children.
Louisiana Department of Education is built on the premise that Louisiana students are just as capable as any students in America, and that those closest to children – parents and teachers – are best positioned to help students achieve those expectations. Louisiana’s Academic Strategy creates a birth through 12 system and its Academic Plan focuses on Access to Quality Early Childhood Education, Academic Alignment in Every School and Classroom, Teacher and Leader Preparation, and Pathways to College or a Career.
Louisiana Policy Institute for Children is a non-profit that develops, advocates on, and builds support for children across the state.
The National Association of State Boards of Education exists to serve and strengthen State Boards of Education in their pursuit of high levels of academic achievement for all students.