3 years ago Veronica GonzalesKeymaster
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s K-12 team is issuing a Request for Information (RFI) to learn from organizations that have facilitated successful secondary school Networks for School Improvement (focused on students in grades 6-12) or that believe they have the skills to do so in the future.
A Network for School Improvement is a group of secondary schools working both collectively andindividually with an intermediary to use a continuous improvement process to improve student outcomes through tackling problems that are common across the network.
Through the RFI, the K-12 team aims to learn how intermediaries and secondary school teams have successfully used continuous improvement methods to improve outcomes for Black, Latino, and/or low-income students, as well as how to build the capacity of organizations to do this work in the future.
Please follow this link to learn more about the RFI, which is open for responses from October 23 until November 22, 2017. Note that related funding opportunities will be publicized and awarded via a Request for Proposals (RFP) which will open in early 2018. If this work interests you, please visit the K-12 homepage and sign up for the K-12 team’s Momentum newsletter to stay current on their work and receive updates on the RFI and RFP.
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