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NewSchools Venture Fund’s Diverse Leaders Program Supports Education Pioneers Fellows

One of the most exciting (and fastest-growing) leadership programs at Education Pioneers is our Visiting Fellowship, which allows non-instructional leaders in education to participate in our intense, 10 weeks of programming along with a cohort of EP Fellows. Late last year, we received a grant from NewSchools Venture Fund to increase the number of our Visiting Fellows as part of their Diverse Leaders program. NewSchools is working to close the racial/ethnic demographic gap between leaders of education and the students they serve, partly by building strong talent pipelines so Black and Latino...

Celebrating Pride Month: What We’re Chattering

At EP, our team is spread across the country. One of the tools we use to connect to each other daily is Salesforce Chatter. There, we give updates on our work, ask questions of each other, and share what we’re reading. This June, to honor and celebrate LGBT Pride Month, we at EP were excited to share Pride versions of our EP logo with our network and on our social media channels. And the day before we planned to share them, the mass shooting happened at the gay club the Pulse in Orlando , and 49 innocent people were murdered. After the shooting, we came together as an organization, led by EP’...
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#ProudPioneers: 2016 Education Pioneers Alumni Survey Results

We’re thrilled to explain some changes to how we survey our Alumni network and share some key insights we learned from our Pioneers this year: Streamlining our survey process for Pioneers. We heard from a lot of EP Alumni that we sometimes ask Alumni too many questions, too frequently, and without always sharing our findings in a timely or complete manner. In response, EP administered a new version of our Alumni Survey, which narrowed our list of survey items to the nine of the most essential “need to know” pieces of information. We are also randomly sampled our Alumni using a...
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Doubling Down on Talent: Education Pioneers’ Important Evolution

Education Pioneers Important Evolution
There’s no silver bullet to transform education in the United States. But any promising strategy for “what” we do requires that we get the “who” right. At Education Pioneers, we focus on the “who.” All day. Every day. We know that providing a pipeline of exceptional talent for the education sector will reinvigorate, create, and sustain great American schools that do right by all children. Last week, we announced our plan to double down on the bet on talent by expanding our work so that we can bring thousands more exceptional leaders into the education sector.
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Exciting News as #EPExpands

Today, Education Pioneers announced plans to improve and expand our work. By our 20th anniversary in 2023, we seek to develop 10,000 exceptional leaders from diverse backgrounds to support our partner organizations’ work on behalf of students nationwide. To enable us to get there, beginning today, we are recruiting for one program, the expanded Education Pioneers Fellowship, for talented emerging and established leaders.
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Education Pioneers Recognized as Top Nonprofit in Bay Area and Washington, D.C.

In 2013, Education Pioneers celebrates our 10 year anniversary. We are incredibly proud of the accomplishments of our Fellows and Partners over the years, and 2012 was no exception. In December, Philanthropedia ranked EP fourth out of 162 education nonprofits making a significant impact on education in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over two months, Philanthropedia surveyed 99 experts working in education in the Bay Area, with an average of 19 years of work experience in the field, to identify the organizations that were making the biggest positive impact on a local level. According to...
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Frances McLaughlin Named President of Education Pioneers

AN UPDATE FROM SCOTT MORGAN, FOUNDER & CEO Happy New Year! This year promises to be an exciting one. It's hard to believe that 10 years ago this June I drove from San Jose to Sacramento to file the papers to form Education Pioneers. I wasn't sure if my car could make the trip, but I believed without a doubt that Education Pioneers could make an impact on the lives of millions of children. I hope you agree that we are well on our way. In Good to Great, Jim Collins writes that, "The most important decisions that [leaders] make are not ‘what' decisions, but ‘who' decisions." I couldn't agree...

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