Our mission is to transform teaching and learning

in the lowest-performing public schools so that all students,

regardless of background, thrives.

Number of students impacted this school year.


Number of schools where Partners was engaged.


Number of school districts across 3 states.


Number of teachers, school and district leaders impacted.

Teachers & Leaders

2014-15 Partners Annual Report

2014-15 Annual Report

Partners in School Innovation presents its 2014-15 Annual Report. Download to read about our successes working in schools and districts from the past school year.

Faces of Educatonal Equity

Faces of Equity

A Partners in School Innovation photoblog capturing the faces of those helping to bring equity to public education.

Disrupting Patterns of Inequity


Latest news and information from Partners and the fight from the front lines in eliminating the achievement gap for young students of color and English language learners.

Partners Pledge


Click here to find a variety of publications exploring the impact of our approach, providing thought leadership, and joining the critical conversation on what can be done to create opportunity for all..

Partners has helped turn our school around on many levels and helped to strengthen the staff and administrative team. We owe a great deal of our academic and culture/climate successes to our partnership

Richard Curci

Principal, San Francisco Unified School District

Partners’ work is clearly a powerful national model for school transformation; but what might be the most lasting benefit for us is how the Partners’ approach works to build the capacity of our leaders at the district level.

José Manzo

Superintendent, Alum Rock Union Elementary School District

Being a partner school felt overwhelming in the beginning because I misunderstood the purpose of the support. The support is not about what Partners wants. The support is all about what I want as an instructional leader.

Nneka Daniels

Principal, Battle Creek Public Schools, Michigan



Thank you for joining us on Tuesday, May 3rd for the 3rd Annual SVGives. Partners in School Innovation raised nearly $14,000 thanks to your support.

On behalf of educators everywhere, thank you for supporting our work with the most challenged public schools and districts to improve academic outcomes for low-income students of color and renewing the promise of public education!