This study was commissioned by PEN with the goals of building awareness about the vital role and characteristics of LEFs and educating policymakers, the media and the public. Through the provision of data on the financial, programmatic and functional aspects of this relatively new movement, this research intends to more clearly define LEFs and distinguish them from other nonprofit organizations involved in K-12 public education at the local level.
This report was written by Linda M. Lampkin and David D. Stern, with assistance from Sheryl Romeo, all at the Urban Institute's Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy based in Washington, DC. The project was commissioned by the Public Education Network in Washington, DC.
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Title: Who Helps Public Schools: A Portrait of Local Education Funds, 1991-2001
Publication date 2003-11-01
Publication Year 2003
Linda M. Lampkin
, David D. Stern
Urban Institute Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy
North America / United States
, urban institute
, helps public
, local education
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