Improving Infrastructures, Outcomes, and Capacities in Educational Institutions
Pittsburgh and the region are home to some of the best public, private, charter, and parochial K-12 schools, colleges, and research universities in the country. Building upon the importance of these educational institutions to the regional community and economy, the Foundation’s educational priorities include strengthening K-12 schools, colleges, and universities through investments in capital facilities, advanced curriculum, and workforce training that prepares students to participate in the new economy.
The Foundation also looks to support projects that leverage federally-funded research to support economic development in both urban and rural communities. At the same time, the Foundation’s priorities include exploring new initiatives for improving educational outcomes for those students attending Pittsburgh’s lowest-performing K-12 schools.
Strengthening Elementary Parochial Education in Pittsburgh
Extra Mile Education Foundation
Creating an Information Commons
Washington and Jefferson College
Dr. Tori Haring-Smith
A New Science and Engineering Center for the Kiski School
Kiskiminetas Springs School
Supporting the Operation of Imani Christian Academy
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