Our K-12 donor resource library provides you with quick access to K-12 guidebooks published by The Philanthropy Roundtable as well as resource materials from past K-12 events hosted by the Roundtable.
Saving America’s Urban Catholic Schools
by Stephanie Saroki and Christopher Levenick
If urban Catholic schools are to continue their mission of providing high-quality educational options for the families that need them most, they will need strategic philanthropic support from donors of all faiths.
Investing in Charter Schools: A Guide for Donors
by Public Impact
This guidebook offers donors—both new entrants and experienced veterans—the best ideas about the most effective ways they can support a high-quality charter school sector, both in their communities and across the country.
Achieving Teacher and Principal Excellence: A Guidebook for Donors
by Andrew J. Rotherham
Recent research has confirmed what many educators have long suspected: teachers matter more to student learning than anything else schools do. This guidebook provides philanthropists a solid grounding in the nature of the human capital challenge; it distills the best advice from pioneering donors in the field, while exploring the current landscape, most effective interventions, and opportunities for donors seeking to achieve an excellent teacher and principal for every child.
Check out meeting notes and presentations from K-12 events over the last year.
Most Likely to Succeed: The Best Philanthropic Strategies in K-12 Education Reform (April 19-20, 2011, Denver)
- Crafting Donor Strategy to Match the Growing Demand for Online Learning: Potential Online Learning Philanthropic Buckets
- Linking School Funding to Students: School Funding Portability
- Linking School Funding to Students: Reforming Education Finance
- How to Keep Good Teachers in Tough Times: Opposing Quality-Blind Teacher Layoffs
- How to Keep Good Teachers in Tough Times: The Case of New York State
- Five Achievable Breakthroughs in the Next Ten Years (April 20-21, 2010, Houston)
- From Rust to Renaissance: A Moment of Opportunity for Detroit? (March 31, 2010, Detroit)