Recruiting, developing, and retaining the best is critical to closing the achievement gap that persists in schools serving low-income and diverse communities. We invest in programs that attract and retain more talented teachers and leaders serving students in Kansas City.
The Teach For America 25th Anniversary Summit prompted Jacqueline Erickson Russell to return with hope for improving education for Kansas City students.
The Kansas City Teacher Residency’s mission is to recruit, prepare, develop, and support effective teachers in classrooms across Kansas City.
Fund for Teachers is a national program that helps teachers identify and pursue self-directed learning opportunities around the globe that have the greatest impact on their practice, the academic lives of their students and their school communities.
Funded by the Kauffman Foundation, Fund for Teachers experiences transform teachers' careers and classrooms for years to come.
Aaron North, Kauffman Foundation vice president of Education, discusses how every moment counts for students who have fallen behind on their path to meaningful, productive and happy futures. North recommends moving beyond the ideologies and personal philosophies that can distract efforts to stay focused on advancing academic achievement for every student.
Every moment counts for students who have fallen behind on their path to meaningful, productive and happy futures, according to a new Kauffman Sketchbook video.
Discover your path to innovate, teach, and change the lives of students in Kansas City.
An overview of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Charter School.
K-12 education in Kansas City is transforming at its urban core. From welcoming innovative school models to investing in educators who can close the achievement gap for low-income children, this city is embarking on system-wide change at all levels.
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