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Case Studies Advise Funders on Making Grants Effective

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The group Grantmakers for Education has issued five case studies that showcase what it considers exemplary giving strategies to help donors better ensure their grants make a difference in schools.

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The studies are available from Grantmakers for Education.

One study focuses on the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation’s work supporting school improvement in Kentucky for more than a decade.

Another looks at the Noyce Foundation’s efforts to support the Every Child a Reader and Writer Initiative in five school districts in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Grantmakers for Education, a national association based in San Francisco with more than 200 member philanthropies, selected the case studies through a competitive process.

Vol. 26, Issue 15, Page 12

Published in Print: December 13, 2006, as Case Studies Advise Funders on Making Grants Effective

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