Your gift to the Johns Hopkins School of Education can be designated to help support the ongoing work you care about most, including the following initiatives:
Given each year to a PhD student who demonstrates excellence in Baltimore-focused research. The award includes support for the recipient’s research and for a visiting speaker. Gifts may be made payable by check to Johns Hopkins University, with Grigg Memorial Award in the memo line. Send to: School of Education, 2800 North Charles Street, Ste. 300, Baltimore, MD 21218. Or donate online by selecting The Jeffrey A. Grigg Memorial Award in the dropdown menu.
Your gift to Henderson-Hopkins provides essential resources and support for the continued operation of the Johns Hopkins School of Education’s flagship partnership school.
Direct your gift to CTE to support the School of Education’s research hub for technological advances in education, including online learning tools, innovative data management and professional development.
Your gift to the Institute for Education Policy supports efforts to build strong partnerships to advance educational excellence and equity, and to promote education policy that works for all children.
Your gift in support of CRRE helps improve the quality of education for children pre-K to 12 through high-quality research, evaluation and dissemination of evidence-based findings.
Designate your gift to the Alumni Annual Scholarship Fund and help give future leaders in the field access to School of Education programs.
Your gift to this Center for Social Organization of Schools initiative supports strategic data analysis, research and programming that improves the educational and life outcomes of our city’s children.
Your gift to the Everyone Graduates Center, a Center for Social Organization of Schools initiative, strengthens a national partnership whose mission is to increase graduation rates and enhance career and civic preparedness.
Gifts designated for NNPS, part of the Center for Social Organization of Schools, support shared access to data and implementation results from schools across the country.