Leading experts address the challenges of scaling a startup
Kauffman Education Program Associate Halley French discusses plans by local funders to address the gap in quality early education for young children in Kansas City.
Urban schools and students are thriving in cities across the United States—What can we learn from them?
Scholars attend more than 65 universities across the country
Aaron North, Kauffman's vice president of Education, discusses the opportunity presented by hundreds of Kauffman Scholars coming home with college degrees.
It began with this one question: Why are boys falling behind in school?
There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to education issues. Now there’s a new place to talk about them.
Aaron North, Kauffman's vice president of Education, talks about the impact of two emails he received last year.
The Kauffman Foundation currently supports the Metropolitan Council on Early Learning's Classroom Assessment Scoring System an observational instrument to assess classroom quality in infant through twelfth grade classrooms.
Start at Zero (SAZ) is a family visiting and kindergarten readiness program for Kansas City families with children ages zero to three.
The Kansas City Teacher Residency’s mission is to recruit, prepare, develop, and support effective teachers in classrooms across Kansas City.
EdWise is a new, custom-built technology tool developed by the Kauffman Foundation that aggregates publicly available school metrics into a single database.
The Collaborative supports improvements in early childhood education systems and increased options and opportunities for families in the region.
The Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan coalition of business leaders committed to improving Kansas and Missouri’s education systems.
The Kauffman Foundation is recalling the programs and research that had the most impact this year. The highlights show that 2015 has been a transformative year for the Foundation’s leadership and its efforts to broaden its reach and sharpen its focus on education and entrepreneurship.
At this annual conference, the Kauffman Prize Medal recipients are announced.
Funded by the Kauffman Foundation, Fund for Teachers experiences transform teachers' careers and classrooms for years to come.
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.
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.