The Information Alliance is an alliance formed between The Education Trust—West, Children Now, and The Silver Giving Foundation. The Information Alliance was created to achieve a mission in common - raising achievement and opportunity for all public school students, K-12.
-The Silver Giving Foundation
Campaign for Quality Education (CQE)
The Campaign for Quality Education is a statewide coalition of grassroots, civil rights, policy and research organizations committed to educational equity for all communities in California’s public schools. The CQE leads strategic campaigns that integrate our strengths in community organizing, research, legal and policy advocacy to achieve equitable and just education policies. The CQE engages communities of color and low-income communities to actively develop state and local education policy agendas, inspire a public consciousness that genuinely values education, and advance the movement for racial, social and economic justice.
Policy Innovators in Education (PIE)
The mission of the PIE Network, an organization founded by four leading education policy groups, is to build, support and promote a network of education advocacy organizations working to improve K-12 education in their states and the nation.
PIE recognizes that states are crucial actors in education reform and that civic organizations bring essential voices to the education policymaking process in their state capitals. The PIE Network supports these vital organizations in their efforts to raise learning expectations, close achievement gaps, increase accountability and transparency, ensure teacher quality, advance public school choice, and increase the sense of urgency to improve K-12 education.
Community Based Organizations
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Youth Together has spent the last 13 years working with Bay Area youth, empowering them to help create a public education system that is just, community based, supportive, and people centric.
Asian Immigrant Women Advocates (AIWA) empowers low-income, limited-English-speaking Asian immigrant women to stimulate positive changes in their workplaces, communities, and broader society.
Californians for Justice is a statewide grassroots organization that works for racial justice. It organizes youth, immigrants, low-income people, and communities of color to improve their social, economic, and political conditions.
Community Coalition aims to transform the social and economic conditions in South Los Angeles that foster addiction, crime, violence, and poverty. It has attracted thousands of individuals in building a community movement to create, influence, and change public policy. Its youth group, South Central Youth Empowered Thru Action (SCYEA), is developing the next generation of leaders to foster positive changes in their schools and community.
Inner City Struggle has worked with youth and community residents for the past 12 years to promote safe, healthy, and nonviolent communities in the Eastside.
Padres Unidos works to empower and engage parents in the Montebello Unified School District to advocate for their children and ensure that middle school students and parents have what they need to succeed in the college/career-prep curriculum upon reaching high school.
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Alliance for a Better Community promotes equity for Latinos in education, health, economic development, and civic participation throughout the Los Angeles region.
Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth has worked to improve the lives of San Francisco’s children, youth, and families for more than 30 years. Its mission is to make San Francisco a city of hope, justice, and opportunity for all children and their families.
Campaign for Quality Education (CQE) is a state wide coalition of grassroots, civil rights, policy and research organizations committed to educational equity for all communities in California’s public schools.