Uversity is a mobile app and data solutions company that partners with colleges and universities to improve student enrollment and retention.
A healthy ecosystem of education technology products and services can strengthen K-12 public schools—providing new ways to connect students, teachers, and families.
Owl Ventures is a venture investment fund that leads Series A/B investments in US K-12 education technology companies.
KIPP Houston is a Charter Management Organization (CMO) and a top-ranked school system for low-income students. The investment provided affordable facility financing to high-performing CMOs.
As a follow-on to the CSGF Facility Fund, the organization created a new fund in 2016, to broaden their lending to include early-stage operators, provide more proactive technical assistance and partner with other key stakeholders to remove barriers to affordable charter facilities and financing.
The Charter School Growth Fund provides strategic support to high-performing charter management organizations. Inclusive within its support, CSGF provided subordinated bridge loans to address the short-term financing gap CMOs face during construction.
Funding from the foundation and New Markets Tax Credits, alongside support from Civic Builders, built new schools in a bankrupt city where facilities assistance was otherwise unavailable.
Software development company BloomBoard received funding from the foundation to help efforts in improving teachers’ instructional practices.
Aspire Public Schools is a Charter Management Organization (CMO) and a top-ranked school system for low-income students.
The foundation invested in Acrobatiq, a leader in adaptive learning solutions, to support the growth of a next-generation adaptive learning, courseware, and analytics program.