The Chicago Public Education Fund

Chicago Public Education Fund

The Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) was a Chicago public school reform project from 1995 to 2001 that worked with half of Chicagos public schools and was funded by a $49.2 million, 2-to-1 matching challenge grant over five years from the Annenberg Foundation. The grant was contingent on being matched by $49.2 million in private donations and $49.2 million in public money. Wikipedia

Chicago Public Education Fund

The Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) was a Chicago public school reform project from 1995 to 2001 that worked with half of Chicagos public schools and was funded by a $49.2 million, 2-to-1 matching challenge grant over five years from the Annenberg Foundation. The grant was contingent on being matched by $49.2 million in private donations and $49.2 million in public money. Wikipedia

Feb 3, 10:46 PM

Fund team members took part in National Wear Red Day to show our support for women with heart disease and stroke. Cardiac care is important - for women AND men! #GoRedWearRed

Jan 16, 10:00 PM

"The time is always right to do what is right." Today, we honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. May his words and deeds continue to live on in all of us.

Oct 24, 10:00 PM

Fund team member Anna spent part of last week with amazing educators from across the country at the Council of the Great City Schools Annual Conference in Miami. Here, current Principal Fellow Anna Pavichevich highlights the stellar social-emotional achievements at Amundsen High School. Her proudest moment? Eliminating the achievement gap for out-of-school suspensions. Amundsen is a neighborhood high school on the North Side of Chicago. #cgcs60

Jun 8, 10:00 PM