Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Afterschool Communications Project, Washington, D.C., $250,000 to provide targeted communications, policy, and research support to the statewide after-school networks and the after-school field as part of the Expanded Learning and Afterschool Project.
American Youth Policy Forum, Washington, D.C., $150,000 to inform and educate policymakers, practitioners, and other stakeholders on critical issues relevant to the disconnected youth population.
Editorial Projects in Education, Bethesda, Md., $100,000 to provide general support for the continuation of an independent resource to the field on issues of high school graduation through its “Diplomas Count” publication.
AfterSchool Alliance, Washington, D.C., $1 million to continue its efforts to ensure that children and youth — particularly those in underserved populations — will have access to engaging afterschool opportunities that inspire learning and achievement in school and in life. The grantee will also work with the 41 statewide after-school networks as a member of the national Afterschool Technical Assistance Collaborative.
Partnership for Children and Youth, Oakland, Calif., $30,000 to contribute to the Expanded Learning and Afterschool Project and the Learning in Afterschool & Summer Project. Blogs, videos, and articles by national afterschool and educational leaders will focus on engaged learning and learning time after school and in the summer. The grant will also support hosting a conference: How Kids Learn.