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For the Newton Minow 50th Anniversary Symposium
For developing graduate journalism curriculum standards
For a feasibility study to determine the establishment of a STEM grantmakers network
For research, production, and dissemination of a report on the economic benefits of immigrants on the labor market
For a think tank consortium and partnerships in policy research
For research and outreach by the Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism
For a workshop on strategic engagement among key European countries, Turkey and the United States
As a final grant for a transatlantic track of strategic engagement with Turkey
Turkey's geostrategic rise makes it increasingly high profile in the global arena. As Turkey continues to assert its position in the region, it could be advantageous for Europe and the United States to open an additional track of strategic ...
For informing policymakers and the public on the many issues with current education governance and to explore school governance alternatives
Thomas B. Fordham Institute, Washington, DC For informing policymakers and the public on the many issues with current education governance and to explore school governance alternatives $500,000 for 36 months, starting October 2011 Recommended by: Leah Hamilton, Program Officer ...
For dissemination of a report on the economic impact of immigration reform
For the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium's (SBAC's) English-language Learner Advisory Committee
For the development of an online manual to help train Arab journalists to report on good governance issues and to cover the intricacies of the democratic process
For support of the successful implementation of Next Generation Standards (NGSS) among the nation's science teachers
The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) is the largest professional organization in the world focused on science teaching. Membership includes science teachers and supervisors, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others committed to science education. With this grant, the NSTA ...
For a pilot K-12 hybrid learning model
Increasingly sophisticated information technology has become available in education, enabling students to engage in more focused, adaptable skill-building both during and out of school time. Yet learning how to use these technologies effectively as part of a school design is ...
For Design, Make, Play - Growing the Next Generation of Science Innovators
Established in 1964 as a pavilion of the World's Fair, the New York Hall of Science's (NYSCI) mission is to bring the excitement and understanding of science and technology to children, families and teachers. NYSCI recently hosted the ...
For the documentary "American Dilemma"
For general support
For more than thirty years, Human Rights First (HRF) has earned a reputation for pragmatic, results-oriented advocacy backed by sophisticated legal and policy analysis. As the organization enters its fourth decade, it aspires to be the most effective organization focused ...
For the Sworn-Again American project
For development of the K-12 Strategy Landscape Tool
For managing the implementation of Next Generation Learning classrooms
To help widen the pathway to success to include all students, the Corporation has engaged in strategic work to advance Next Generation Learning (NGL), a term educators use to refer to new teaching and learning practices that prepare today's ...
For a report and policy outreach on the "Responsibility to Protect" project
For the 2012 Opportunity Economics Colloquium
America is finding itself increasingly ill-equipped to compete in a world that is being rapidly transformed by technology and globalization. Despite a growing sense of urgency about our declining national competitiveness and broad consensus around ultimate goals, the systemic change ...
For a web-based initiative on events related to North Korea
For collaboration with the University of Ghana and Makerere University to promote research excellence and retention of early- and mid-career scholars and scientists
The "Cambridge Africa Partnership for Research Excellence" aims to improve international research competitiveness in selected fields at the University of Ghana and Makerere University through a mix of postdoctoral fellowships, workshops, and mentorship. Thirty early- and mid-career faculty members will ...
For a series of media guides on global challenges and the Council of Councils initiative
Two projects at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) will use technology to fulfill CFR's commitment to disseminate foreign policy analysis with respect to a changing global dynamic. In one, CFR will develop and produce in-house a string of ...
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