NPEF facilitates a months-long series of meetings with key city leaders and stakeholders on the prioritization of early childhood education and recommendations for citywide action to produce the Blueprint for Early Childhood Success.
Project RESET, an NPEF initiative to gather community feedback on education, helps the city set new data-driven priorities for the future of our public schools.
NPEF secures key donor and district support for the creation of the Martin Professional Development Center for MNPS teachers.
NPEF hosts the first Public Schools Hall of Fame at Hume-Fogg High School, marking the 150th anniversary of public education in Nashville.
The Nashville Alliance for Public Education is founded, later renamed the Nashville Public Education Foundation.
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