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Upcoming Events: Roundtable on Research Use in Education Policy; Capitol Hill Forum on Community College Opportunities and Challenges
Join us for upcoming events in Washington D.C.
How can we stimulate research that will identify high-priority, powerful levers to reduce inequality?
Read our 2013 Annual Report
Our 2013 Annual Report contains profiles of grantees, an overview of our focus areas and grantmaking programs, and essays, including Adam Gamoran’s “Inequality is the Problem: Prioritizing Research on Reducing Inequality” and Kim DuMont’s “Realizing the Potential for Research in Child Welfare.”
When William T. Grant established this Foundation in 1936, he wanted to support research that would yield new insights about why some people led happy and successful lives and others did not. Armed with this evidence, he reasoned, social institutions such as schools, welfare agencies, and workplaces could help all persons succeed. Today, the William […]