Just over 1 in 4 superintendencies today are held by women. What would students, schools and communities gain by having more women leading school districts? – Vicki Phillips in Forbes

NCEE is a not-for-profit 501c3 organization, and is grateful for the many entities that have supported our efforts to study and implement top-performing education systems.

National organizations committed to improving education have seen in NCEE an opportunity to support the development and implementation of some of the leading leadership and education system supports. Among these organizations are the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Stupski Foundation, and the Wallace Foundation.

When the Business Roundtable, an association of CEOs from America’s leading companies, set about identifying the top five programs to recommend to their members for support, they selected NCEE’s school leadership program. And some of the nation’s largest corporate foundations, including Ford, Xerox, Target, and Verizon, have contributed to NCEE as they see improvements in education leadership as one of the highest return on investments they can make.

Local and regional foundations that aim to give back to the community and support the development of a strong workforce—organizations such as the Tracy Family Foundation, the Herschend Family Foundation, and the Partnership for Rhode Island—have supported the rollout of NCEE supports in their communities.

To learn more about our funders or how your organization can contribute, please contact us.