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Mike Klonsky: BREAKING NEWS: Rich Schools Get High Grades, Poor School Districts Fail

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Laura H. Chapman says:

MIke’ s on target with his analysis. Who is paying for EdWeek Research and Reporting?
Our Funders
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supports coverage of the implementation of college- and career-ready standards and the use of personalized learning in Education Week and on edweek.org. The foundation’s also provides general support for the expansion of Education Week’s video-production capabilities. The foundation’s commitment to education centers on working to ensure all students graduate high school prepared to succeed in college and careers.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York supports coverage of coverage of learning through innovative designs for school innovation in Education Week and on edweek.org. The Carnegie Corporation also provides general support for the expansion of Education Week’s video-production capabilities.
The CME Group Foundation supports coverage of early-math education in Education Week and on edweek.org. The CME Group Foundation works to advance the economy by supporting education from cradle to career, primarily in the Chicago region. The foundation’s early math initiative enables a birth through 3rd grade continuum of best practices in professional development for teachers and caregivers.
The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation supports coverage of policy, government and politics, and systems leadership in Education Week and on edweek.org. The foundation was established by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad to advance entrepreneurship for the public good in education, science, and the arts.
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust provides general support for the expansion of Education Week’s video-production capabilities. The Helmsley Charitable Trust’s Education Program aims to ensure all students graduate high school prepared for college or careers by supporting teachers in these efforts.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation supports coverage in Education Week and on edweek.org and on edweek.org of the experiences of low-income, high-achieving students. The foundation provides generous scholarships to exceptionally high-achieving students throughout the country who have financial need as well as provides grants that support high-achieving, low-income students with innovative programming.
The Joyce Foundation supports coverage in Education Week and on edweek.org of policy efforts to improve the teaching profession. Joyce works to close the achievement gap by improving teacher quality in schools that serve low-income and minority children, expanding early-childhood education, and promoting innovations such as charter schools.
The NoVo Foundation supports coverage of social and emotional learning in Education Week and on edweek.org. NoVo is dedicated to catalyzing a transformation in global society by supporting the development of capacities in people—individually and collectively—to help create a caring and balanced world that operates on the principles of mutual respect, collaboration, and civic participation.
The Noyce Foundation supports coverage of science learning and career pathways in Education Week and on edweek.org. Tthe Noyce Foundation is dedicated to improving math, science, and reading instruction in public schools, promoting school leadership and education research, and expanding opportunities for informal, hands-on science learning for students.
The Raikes Foundation supports coverage of learning mindsets and skills in Education Week and on edweek.org as part of its mission to empower young people to transform their lives. The foundation believes that when students have learning mindsets and skills, they are motivated to learn and know how to learn.
The Schott Foundation for Public Education supports data-driven journalism projects for Education Week and on edweek.org. The Schott Foundation works to unite a growing coalition of advocates and organizers from across the country working to ensure that all students have access to a high quality public education.
A grant from The SeaChange-Lodestar Fund for Nonprofit Collaboration underwrote in part legal expenses associated with the acquisition of Learning Matters TV by Editorial Projects in Education. The Fund makes grants to encourage and support mergers, acquisitions, joint-ventures, and others types of formal, long-term collaboration between nonprofits.
The Wallace Foundation supports coverage in Education Week and on edweek.org of public school leadership, extended and expanded learning time, and arts learning. The foundation also provides general support for the expansion of Education Week’s video-production capabilities.
The Walton Family Foundation supports coverage in Education Week and on edweek.org of issues related to creating opportunities for all American students and their families to choose a quality school. The foundation promotes initiatives to expand parental choice and equal opportunity in education to help spur the bold transformation of the national K-12 system of public education.

EDWeek claims editorial independence. I still subscribe in order to grasp how the news is shaped by the interests of these funders and the advertisers and the board of trustees (e.g., president of K-12 division, McGraw-Hill Education).

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