Changemakers in philanthropy and government are investing in education research and development, but often operate separately, slowing down major breakthroughs in education R&D. However, new opportunities, competitions, and grants spearheaded by partnerships with philanthropy and government are changing how the nation creates and funds opportunities. Join this panel for a conversation with the leaders combining forces and some of the applicants as they share the promise and possibility in a collaborative approach to education R&D.
- Understand why better R&D infrastructure is needed in K-12 education research and development, and what exactly federal partnerships can create.
- Learn how federal and philanthropic partners are collaborating to co-design and co-fund education R&D infrastructure that creates breakthroughs.
- Walk away inspired and with concrete steps for creating mutually-beneficial partnerships that can generate transformative approaches.
- Joanna Cannon, Fellow, K-12 Education Program, Walton Family Foundation
- Benjamin Motz, Assistant Professor, Indiana University
- Aparna Ramanathan, Founder and CEO, Sound Town
- James L. Moore III, Assistant Director, Directorate for STEM Education, National Science Foundation
Tasha Hensley, Policy Director, The Learning Agency
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