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Education influencers

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The School Board Elections project maintains articles on prominent national and state-based activists and organizations influencing American K-12 education. The activist pages contain information regarding their backgrounds, careers, political involvement and philosophies. The organization pages contain information regarding their leaderships, locations, funding, mission statements and electoral involvement.

Influential activists

Influential organizations

NameLocationTypeTop officialWebsite
50CANWashington, D.C.501(c)(3)Marc Porter Mageehttp://www.50can.org/
America AchievesWashington, D.C. and New York, New York501(c)(3)Sibyll Carnochan Catalanhttp://www.americaachieves.org/
American Federation for ChildrenWashington, D.C.501(c)(4)Greg Brockhttp://www.federationforchildren.org/
American Principles ProjectWashington, D.C.Francis P. Cannonhttp://americanprinciplesproject.org/
Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationSeattle, WashingtonSusan Desmond-Hellmannhttp://www.gatesfoundation.org/
Center for Research on Education OutcomesStanford, CaliforniaMargaret Raymondhttp://credo.stanford.edu/index.html
Center on Education PolicyWashington, D.C.501(c)(3)Maria Voles Fergusonhttp://www.cep-dc.org/
Center on Reinventing Public EducationSeattle, WashingtonRobin Lakehttp://www.crpe.org/
Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive InnovationSan Mateo, CaliforniaAnn Christensenhttp://www.christenseninstitute.org/
Data Quality CampaignWashington, D.C.Rob McKennahttp://www.dataqualitycampaign.org/
Democrats for Education ReformNew York, New YorkJoe Williamshttp://www.dfer.org/
Education Action Group FoundationMuskegon, MichiganKyle Olsonhttp://eagnews.org/
Education NextCambridge, MassachusettsPaul E. Petersonhttp://educationnext.org/
Education SectorWashington, D.C.501(c)(3)David Myershttp://www.educationsector.org/
Education TrustWashington, D.C.501(c)(3)Kati Haycockhttp://www.edtrust.org/
Education VotesWashington, D.C.

Dennis Van Roekel

http://educationvotes.nea.org/
Edvance ResearchSan Antonio, TexasDr. Dean Nafzigerhttp://www.edvanceresearch.com/
Foundation for Excellence in EducationTallahassee, Florida501(c)(3)Patricia Levesquehttp://excelined.org/
Friedman Foundation for Educational ChoiceIndianapolis, IndianaDr. Patrick Byrnehttp://www.edchoice.org/
Institute of Education SciencesWashington, D.C.John Q. Eastonhttp://ies.ed.gov/
Integrity in EducationWashington, D.C.Sabrina Stevenshttp://integrityineducation.org/
International Association for K-12 Online LearningVienna, Virginia501(c)(3)Susan Patrickhttp://www.inacol.org/
Mass Insight EducationBoston, Massachusetts501(c)(3)William Guentherhttp://www.massinsight.org/
Mathematica Policy ResearchPrinceton, New JerseyPaul T. Deckerhttp://www.mathematica-mpr.com/
National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education ResearchWashington, D.C.Jane Hannawayhttp://www.caldercenter.org/
National Center on Performance IncentivesNashville, TennesseeMatthew G. Springerhttps://my.vanderbilt.edu/performanceincentives/
National Council on Teacher QualityWashington, D.C.Kate Walshhttp://www.nctq.org/siteHome.do
National Education Policy CenterBoulder, ColoradoKevin Welnerhttp://nepc.colorado.edu/
National School Choice WeekMiramar Beach, FloridaAndrew Campanellahttp://schoolchoiceweek.com/
National School Foundation AssociationDes Moines, IowaNina M. Menis
Nellie Mae Education FoundationQuincy, Massachusetts501(c)(3)Nicholas C. Donahuehttp://www.nmefoundation.org/
NewSchools Venture FundOakland, California501(c)(3)Ted Mitchellhttp://www.newschools.org/
Parent RevolutionLos Angeles, CaliforniaBen Austinhttp://parentrevolution.org/
Public ImpactChapel Hill, North CarolinaBryan C. Hassel and Emily Ayscue Hasselhttp://publicimpact.com/
RAND CorporationSanta Monica, California501(c)(3)Michael D. Richhttp://www.rand.org/
Research for ActionPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaKate Shawhttp://www.researchforaction.org/
State Collaborative on Reforming EducationNashville, TennesseeJamie Woodsonhttp://tnscore.org/
Student Achievement PartnersNew York, New York501(c)(3)David Coleman, Susan Pimentel and Jason Zimbahttp://achievethecore.org/
StudentsFirstSacramento, California501(c)(4)Michelle Rheehttp://www.studentsfirst.org/
Students MatterMenlo Park, California501(c)(3)David F. Welchhttp://studentsmatter.org/
Support Our Public SchoolsDallas, Texas501(c)(4)Wilton Hollinshttp://www.supportourpublicschools.org/
Texans for Education ReformAustin, TexasSalem Abrahamhttp://texansforeducationreform.com/
The Broad FoundationsLos Angeles, CaliforniaBruce Reedhttp://www.broadfoundation.org/
The New Teacher ProjectBrooklyn, New YorkAriela Rozmanhttp://tntp.org/
Thomas B. Fordham InstituteWashington, D.C.501(c)(3)Chester E. Finn, Jr.http://www.edexcellence.net/
Walton Family FoundationBentonville, Arkansas501(c)(3)Buddy D. Philpothttp://www.waltonfamilyfoundation.org/

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