WELCOME TO THE EDVOICE HUB!
EdVoice is a part of a growing community of organizations and civil rights groups across California that are working to drive real change in education to ensure every child receives a quality education.
If you or someone you know works for an organization that would benefit from being a part of the EdVoice Hub, please contact email@example.com.
Alliance now serves 13,000 scholars and 14,000 alumni who hail from 18 high school and 10 middle academies. Although kids enter Alliance schools on average four grade levels behind in reading, our schools outperform neighborhood schools. Alliance schools have been recognized among the best in the state and nation by US News and World Report, the California Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Education among others.Go to link
The mission of the Alliance for a Better Community is to promote the economic prosperity of the Latino community and the Los Angeles region inclusive of an improved quality of life for Latinos in education, health and civic participation.Go to link
The first statewide advocacy organization consisting of charter school parents, grandparents and family members. More than 60 charter schools representing tens of thousands of students in the state have committed to the mission of the organization. Families That Can will advocate for families with children in the public school system with the goal of organizing more than 20,000 charter family members to catalyze change in public education throughout California.Go to link
Children Now takes a whole-child approach, covering the full-range of key children’s issues, from prenatal through age 26, including early childhood development, education, children’s health, childhood trauma and resilience, foster care, and youth justice.Go to link
The organization works for the high academic achievement of all students at all levels, with an emphasis on serving Latino, African American, Native American and low-income students.Go to link
Educators for Excellence is a community of leaders united in our commitment to students and teachers, drawing upon our personal experiences with a connection to educational inequity. E4E ensures that teachers have a leading voice in the policies that impact their students and profession.Go to link
Great Public Schools Now is a California not-for-profit organization dedicated to ensuring all Los Angeles students receive a high-quality education by accelerating the growth of high-quality public schools.Go to link
A nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide parents with the information they need to choose schools for their children, understand the school system, and support schools in their communities.Go to link
Green Dot Public Schools is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help transform public education so ALL students graduate prepared for college, leadership and life. Unique in the nation for a major non-profit charter management organization, Green Dot is proving it can achieve better student outcomes with the same student population, lower per pupil funding than the district and a unionized workforce. We are the leading charter school operator in Los Angeles and one of the top three laGo to link
La Comadre is a powerful Latina network of advocates leading, organizing, influencing and demanding change in education for Latino children. Using authentic and bilingual voices, we increase accountability at all levels of the public education system by forcing the conversations needed to drive policy.Go to link
SFER activates the next generation of diverse civic leaders who know what’s possible for all students because they’ve experienced success in building power in their communities through leadership development, grassroots organizing, and movement buildingGo to link
Since 1980, Para Los Niños has responded to the needs of under-served children and families in Los Angeles. Today, Para Los Niños supports over 6,000 children, youth, and families through its integrated model of education in nine schools, and comprehensive social emotional services in classrooms and communities.Go to link
They organize, train, and work side-by-side with families to support their use of power to secure a quality education for their children, children in their communities, and for all children. Their vision is of a public education system in Los Angeles and throughout California that provides a high quality education to every child, regardless of their race, socioeconomic status, or zip code.Go to link
The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools is one of the largest, in-district public school transformation organizations in the United States. They are a non-profit managing 18 LA Unified schools serving approximately 14,000 students.Go to link
PIE Network connects 88 education reform organizations and 24 national policy partners in 32 states and Washington, D.C. Together, Network members are connected, think bigger, work smarter, and give back—all in the service of improving education for every student.Go to link
Puts the power of information about California schools in the hands of parents. School Wise Press was created to put knowledge about how schools work in the hands of parents, who are ready, willing, and able to act on what they know.Go to link
Speak UP is an organization founded by parents who want to change that dynamic and improve public education in California. Our strategy is to engage our parent partners around the issues that are important to them – starting at the most local level – and bring them together to build a larger community of advocates.Go to link
Teach For America is a diverse network of leaders who confront educational inequity by teaching for at least two years and then working with unwavering commitment from every sector of society to create a nation free from this injustice.Go to link
Teach Plus believes that our most talented teachers are the key to achieving a more equitable and excellent education for students. Teach Plus' programs are designed to develop and empower teacher leaders at every level of the education system. Since our founding in 2009, Teach Plus has grown from 16 teachers to a network of more than 42,000 solutions-oriented teachers nationwide.Go to link
Each year in L.A. County, 100,000 students graduate but half aren’t prepared with the grades or courses to get into college. United Way is working to ensure all L.A. County students graduate ready for college and a sustainable career by fighting for better educational opportunities, campaigning for improved policies, and driving systems change.Go to link