Your gift to the Johns Hopkins School of Education strengthens our ability to deliver world-class research, innovative academic programs, and evidence-based practice and policy. See below for a variety of ways your gift could support our mission.
Your gift enhances the prize given to a PhD student who demonstrates excellence in Baltimore-focused research. The prize includes support for the recipient’s research and for a visiting speaker. Gifts also may be made payable by check to Johns Hopkins University, with Grigg Memorial Award in the memo line. Send to: School of Education, 2800 N. Charles St., Ste. 300, Baltimore, MD 21218.
Your gift to the Dean’s Innovation Fund provides seed funding for preeminent projects and innovative ideas that come up during the year. In the past the Dean has used the fund to support projects focused on promoting safe and healthy schools, the E-School + initiative that examined the ethical concerns around closing and opening schools in a pandemic, and several programs supporting diversity in the SOE community.
Your gift offers a lifeline to a struggling student. Many of our students experience financial challenges and encounter unexpected obstacles on their educational path. This fund is dedicated to assist in times of need to keep our students on track. More information, including the form to request funding, can be found on the Student Emergency Fund web page.
Your gift supports a new generation of health professionals to serve as effective educational leaders and researchers for schools and training programs related to medicine, public health, nursing and other health professions. Gifts to this fund will be dedicated to students in the Master of Education in the Health Professions program.
Your gift will help improve the quality of education for disadvantaged children in grades pre-K to 12 through high-quality research and evaluation studies and the dissemination of evidence-based research. Learn more about the Center for Research and Reform in Education.
Your gift helps to develop and disseminate the know-how required to enable all students to graduate from high school prepared for college, career, and civic life. Through a systematic and comprehensive approach, EGC combines analysis of the causes, location, and consequences of the nation’s dropout crisis with the development of tools and models designed to keep all students on the path to high school graduation.
Your gift will help CTE change lives through knowledge that matters by designing, developing, and implementing technology-enhanced solutions to ensure equal access to education in classrooms and work setting supports the design, development, and implementation of technology-enhanced solutions to address a wide range of challenges in educational and work settings across the globe.
Your gift supports this collaborative effort of the School of Education and regional, national, and international partners who study how the learning sciences can inform educational practices and policies. The NEI has become an international leader in the cutting-edge field of neuro-education and was among the first university initiatives to foster interdisciplinary collaborations to address the intersection between education and basic and applied science.
The Baltimore Education Research Consortium (BERC) is a research-practice partnership (RPP) that was founded in 2005 as a partnership between Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools), Morgan State University and Johns Hopkins University. In 2017 BERC expanded the consortium to include nine additional Maryland institutions of higher education. BERC works collaboratively with City Schools, other city and state agencies, and other youth serving organizations in Baltimore while maintaining an independent voice and is a highly valued contributor to the efforts and public conversation surrounding the education of children in our public schools.
The educators, researchers, practitioners, and experts at the IDEALS Institute work to improve lives the creating and improving the operations of large systems that impact children, families, and vulnerable adults. Your gift supports their efforts to ensure that everyone has lifelong access to high-quality care and education.
Your gift supports the staff of full-time sociologists, psychologists, and educators, who study how the organization of schools can impact the academic achievement, development, and future career success of students. Learn more about the Center for Social Organization of Schools.
Your gift supports the researchers of NNPS in bringing together schools, districts, states, and organizations, and using research-based approaches to organize and sustain excellent programs of family and community involvement that will increase student success in school.
The Institute for Education Policy provides evidence-based policy guidance to federal, state, and local school systems; designs tools for the field that accelerate student learning; and translates international research into the language of practice. We believe that all students should have access to intellectually challenging curricula, school cultures that support their wellbeing, and highly trained educators. Your gift directly supports these efforts.