The San Francisco Education Fund has a long history of community engagement. One of the first local education funds (LEFs) in the country, it was founded in 1979 after Proposition 13 significantly reduced funding to the California public schools. The Ed Fund was established to involve the community in improving the quality of teaching and learning in the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD). "By acting as a bridge between the community and the classroom, the Ed Fund increases the availability and impact of resources for students and teachers throughout San Francisco public schools."
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Title: Case Study: Public Engagement Initiative San Francisco Education Fund
Publication date 2007-05-15
Publication Year 2007
Sara Schwartz Chrismer
San Francisco Education Fund
North America / United States (Western) / California / San Francisco County / San Francisco
, professional development
, theory of action
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