Month: June 2021

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The top five wackiest items we ordered for projects this year

The DonorsChoose Project Fulfillment team thought they’d seen it all. But out of the 255,472 projec

Stronger Partnerships with State Allies to Protect Student Borrowers

As the chief operating officer at Federal Student Aid (FSA), I am committed to ensuring that borrower

Three Strategies for Advancing Antiracist Practices

He also prioritized developing students’ mastery of content and skills. He took the pressure off st

Little Free Libraries: Start one in your community

A Little Free Library is a public bookcase. Anyone can leave a book and anyone can take a book. It’

How to Plan your DonorsChoose Projects to Maximize Your Support

Wherever you are in your school year, it’s a great time to think about your next DonorsChoose proje

How Teachers Are Celebrating Juneteenth

Juneteenth, celebrated on June 19th, commemorates the moment when emancipation finally reached the mo

Looking to Create a Career-Readiness Project? Don’t Miss These Tips from DonorsChoose Fellows!

Written by Briana Maddox-Miller, James Robinson, Yesenny Fernandez, and Ebony Atwell Every year, Dono

A Promise to Students: Improving How We Award Federal Student Aid

As the father of twins who recently graduated from college, I can appreciate what you or your parents

What Does the Ocean Mean to You? To Two Young Explorers, It Means the World

On this World Oceans Day, the National Geographic Society is thrilled to announce the 2021 ArcGIS Sto

FCC Announces the $7.17 Billion Emergency Connectivity Fund to Help Schools Close the Homework Gap

As our students return to school buildings and we move from pandemic response to recovery, technology