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Educational Enrichment

November 22, 2000 1 min read

Following are teacher-training institutions that have received some of the largest donations in the past couple of years. Total assets include endowments, pledges, and cash. The data were supplied by the institutions’ development officers.

College/University

Notable Gifts
(millions)

Donor

Current Total
Assets of School
of Education
(millions)

Teachers on
Target To Graduate This
School Year

Boston College
Private

$5 (2000)
$10 (2000)

Anonymous
Peter & Carolyn Lynch

17.9

326

Harvard Univ.
Private

$10.3
(1998-2000)

7 Individual
donors

$298

93

New York Univ.
Private

$10 (2000)

Michael H.
Steinhardt

$19.6

400

Teachers College
Columbia Univ.
Private

29.8
(1998-2000)

19 individual
donors

$256.3

600

Univ. of California,
Santa Barbra
Public

$10 (2000)

Don Gevirtz

$17.9

NA

Univ. of Connecticut
Public

$2 (2000)

$21 (1999)

Joyce & Philip Mahoney
Raymond Neag

$32.3

125

Univ. of Southern
California
Private

$20 (1998)

Barbara & Roger Rossier

$26.3

270

A version of this article appeared in the November 22, 2000 edition of Education Week as Educational Enrichment

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