Grants and Funding
The following information is for foundations. Funding is on a rolling basis.
W. K. Kellogg Foundation
The Kellogg Foundation provides funding on its programming framework for educated kids, healthy kids, secure families, racial equity, and civic engagement.
The Foundation's research grants are organized under four areas of inquiry that identify broad topics we believe have fundamental and abiding importance for educational improvement.
- The Relation Between Education and Social Opportunity
- Organizational Learning in Schools, School Systems, and Higher Education Systems
- Teaching, Learning, and Instructional Resources
- Purposes and Values of Education
For more information, please visit http://www.spencer.org/content.cfm/research
The Toyota U.S.A. Foundation supports K-12 education programs with a focus on math, science and environmental science. The Foundation partners with leading organizations and institutes serving diverse populations across all 50 states.
The Walton Family Foundation invests in programs that empower parents to choose the best education for their children. In some neighborhoods across America, parents have access to excellent educational options. But in too many other communities, educational options are limited and often dismal. The communities with the fewest educational options also tend to be places where students encounter the lowest performing schools. A majority of children in these neighborhoods drop out of school and suffer the lifelong consequences of missed educational opportunities. It is in these communities where the Foundation concentrates its work.