Robin Hood Learning + Technology Fund Opportunity
- June 18–July 22
The Robin Hood Learning + Technology Fund (the Fund) is a joint effort of Robin Hood, the Overdeck Family Foundation and Siegel Family Endowment to unlock the potential of technology to transform learning and advance achievement for low-income students in New York City. In service of this, the Fund is exploring integrating computational thinking into the school curriculum to drive learning outcomes in high-poverty elementary schools and is actively seeking partners to engage in this work.
In a unique opportunity open only to 100Kin10 partners, The Fund seeks proposals for up to $500,000 in funding to work with one or more high-poverty elementary schools in New York City to integrate computational thinking into a core subject area, such as math, literacy, science or social studies, and to grow the capacity of teachers to support computational thinking in the classroom.
Please note that 100Kin10 is not involved in the review of proposals.
Collaboration Grant Application
- An application for funding to enable in-person gatherings of two or more partners. Only 100Kin10 Partners may apply.
- June 30
Collaboration Grants enable gatherings of two or more partners with the intention of discussing ideas and uncovering whether there is possibility for longer term collaboration.
They are an excellent way of discussing the potential of a Project Team – or just getting together with other partners to learn more about their work.
This opportunity is limited to 100Kin10 Partners.