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Education With $100 Million Donation, Broad Center Moves Education Leadership Programs to Yale University
The Broad Center will move to the Yale University School of Management, using a $100 million gift from the foundation of powerful Los Angeles philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad to continue its educational leadership programs.
School Choice & Charters Denver Charter School Network Wins Broad Prize for Closing Achievement Gaps
The Broad Prize was launched by billionaire philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad. The winner was announced at the National Charter Schools Conference in Austin, the largest gathering of charter advocates and leaders in the country.
Education Funding As Eli Broad Steps Down, Will His Influence on K-12 Education Last?
The philanthropist unapologetically pushed for more charters and shaped hundreds of district leaders amid a wave of billionaire entrepreneurs who sought to overhaul public education.
Education Education Philanthropist Eli Broad to Step Down From His Foundation
The 84-year-old Broad is the founder of the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, which is a strong supporter of charter schools and for more than a decade, awarded a prize to urban school systems it deemed as outstanding.
School Choice & Charters Success Academy Wins Broad Prize for Charter Schools
New York City's largest network of charter schools is often at the center of debate over strict discipline policies in high-performing charter schools.
School Choice & Charters Finalists for Broad Charter Prize Include Success Academy, STEM-Centric Networks
The $250,000 prize is given out by the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation to reward charter management groups for strong academic outcomes.
Education Funding IDEA Public Schools Wins Broad Prize for Charter School Networks
IDEA Public Schools wins the Broad Prize over fellow finalists Success Academy and Yes Prep.
School Choice & Charters Controversial Charter Expansion Plan in Los Angeles Is Revamped
A controversial Los Angeles-area plan to double the number of charter schools was drastically changed to offer new opportunities for students in low-income neighborhoods in all types of public schools
School Choice & Charters New Plan in L.A. Would Support All Types of Public Schools, Not Just Charters
A non-profit group's proposal would support 160,000 students in low-income areas in all types of public schools, not just the expansion of charter schools recommended earlier.
Education Funding Success Academy One of Three Finalists for Broad Prize for Charter Schools
Texas-based Yes Prep and IDEA Public Schools are finalists for the annual Broad Prize along with Success Academy.
Teaching Profession Opinion Mr. Broad, Charters Aren't the Only Answer for LAUSD
If I were Eli Broad, I would go into those schools and say to those teachers, "Let's work together to create a school that you would be proud to teach at and that students would love to attend."
School Choice & Charters Opinion Broad Foundation Plan Ignites Charter School War in L.A.
A Broad Foundation plan to put half of L.A.'s students in charter schools intensifies the trench warfare over reform. If history is a guide, there will be no winners.
School Choice & Charters Will Charters Take Over Most of Los Angeles' Schooling Landscape?
The Los Angeles Times obtained a memo detailing a proposal backed by the Broad Foundation to double the number of charter schools in L.A.