The Future of
Education Fund

Help Reimagine Education for All Children

Throughout the pandemic, the leadership and dedication of educators across the Teach For All network have kept kids in marginalized communities learning. Their innovations have inspired new possibilities for reimagining education to ensure young people have the skills, tools, and mindsets they need to thrive. By contributing to the Future of Education Fund, you’ll help Teach For All partners in 61 countries and their teachers and alumni to develop, scale, and sustain these initiatives so that their impact extends beyond classrooms to entire education systems.

 

This Fund will help partners sustain and spread education initiatives that demonstrate the most promise for building more equitable and effective education systems in their countries. Network partners can utilize these funds to support their teachers and alumni in their efforts to:

  • Leverage technology to make teaching and learning easier and more accessible
  • Enable personalized learning through identifying and responding to the barriers faced by young people with learning differences and disabilities in their communities
  • Refocus on the full needs of learners through integrating social emotional skills and providing other types of support
  • Engage families, caretakers, and other stakeholders to support students’ learning and skills development
  • Partner with students to reshape the learning experience
  • Foster students' leadership today in solving problems in their communities and countries

  • Foster partnerships among a broad set of local stakeholders (e.g. teachers, young people, parents, private sector, government, community leaders — depending on the local context) to make progress on addressing particular issues critical to a more effective and equitable education system

  • Pursue other approaches that lead to stronger and more equitable education systems, which result in accelerated learning and insights on the future of education

Funds will be distributed through the Catalyst Fund, a grant-making vehicle managed by Teach For All that helps fuel the growth, innovation, and sustainability of network partners.

The Future of Education Fund

This Fund will help partners sustain and spread education initiatives that demonstrate the most promise for building more equitable and effective education systems in their countries. Network partners can utilize these funds to support their teachers and alumni in their efforts to:

 

  • Leverage technology to make teaching and learning easier and more accessible
  • Enable personalized learning through identifying and responding to the barriers faced by young people with learning differences and disabilities in their communities
  • Refocus on the full needs of learners through integrating social emotional skills and providing other types of support
  • Engage families, caretakers, and other stakeholders to support students’ learning and skills development
  • Partner with students to reshape the learning experience

 

  • Foster students' leadership today in solving problems in their communities and countries

  • Foster partnerships among a broad set of local stakeholders (e.g. teachers, young people, parents, private sector, government, community leaders — depending on the local context) to make progress on addressing particular issues critical to a more effective and equitable education system

  • Pursue other approaches that lead to stronger and more equitable education systems, which result in accelerated learning and insights on the future of education

 

How You Can Help

Funds will be distributed through the Catalyst Fund, a grant-making vehicle managed by Teach For All that helps fuel the growth, innovation, and sustainability of network partners.

 
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Let All Kids Thrive

Throughout the pandemic, teachers and alumni from the Teach For All network have demonstrated incredible ingenuity and innovation to keep their own students safe and learning and then collaborated with schools, communities, education ministries, and others to impact students beyond their own classrooms. Their leadership and innovations have kept many of the most vulnerable children learning in this era, and in doing so, they have generated new possibilities for developing an education system that will ensure today's young people do not get left behind and are able to thrive.