EOS is a recipient of Microsoft Corp.’s Nonprofit Tech Acceleration program for Black and African American communities

Seattle, WA – December 15, 2020 – Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) today announced it is a recipient of Microsoft Corp.’s Nonprofit Tech Acceleration (NTA) program for Black and African American communities. The Seattle-based nonprofit is one of the organizations selected for support of its digital transformation initiatives. In partnership with more than 600 schools nationwide, EOS helps ensure that students of color and low-income students have equitable access to rigorous high school programming to be poised for success after graduation.

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EOS Receives $1.5M in Funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Seattle, WA – December 9, 2020 – Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) today announced the organization has been awarded a $1.5 million grant by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) to launch and scale its Measures That Matter Initiative (MTMI), which will improve EOS’ Action For Equity Framework, the nonprofit’s flagship education equity program aimed at granting unidentified students access to the most academically intense high school programs.

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EOS Featured on X4Impact

Equal Opportunity Schools is featured on X4Impact and is aligned to the UN SDG #4 Quality Education and UN SDG #10 Reduced Inequality.

X4Impact offers insights to create and scale technology for the public interest (Tech4PI). Built on Microsoft Azure, it uses the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) framework to aggregate challenges, ideas, solutions, over $2 Trillion in money flow, and 80+ million pieces of aggregated knowledge from trusted sources.

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CZI Awards Grant to Equal Opportunity Schools

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Awards Grant to Equal Opportunity Schools

The grant will allow Equal Opportunity Schools to continue pursuing its African American Male Initiative (AAMI), designed to improve its organizational impact on African American male student experience, belonging and access to academic success in advanced coursework.

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