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Grantmakers for Education's Principles for Effective Education Grantmaking identify "innovation" and "constant learning" as a core proposition for achieving results in education philanthropy. To illustrate this principle, "Learning by Doing" examines the Noyce Foundation's efforts to apply new information to its grantmaking. As part of its significant commitment to the Every Child a Reader and Writer initiative, the foundation worked alongside its grantees, assessed what was needed to solve unexpected problems and provided extra resources and expert assistance when needed. [For the full report, "Learning by Doing: The Noyce Foundation's Every Child a Reader and Writer Initiative. Principles for Effective Education Grantmaking. Case Study Number 4," see ED537187.]

Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Professional Development, Private Financial Support, Grants, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Reading Instruction, Writing Instruction, Educational Innovation, Writing Workshops, Partnerships in Education, Program Design, Philanthropic Foundations, Elementary School Students, Program Effectiveness, Educational Assessment, Academic Achievement

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Author: Grantmakers for Education

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=1644&id=ED537182



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