The Nashville Public Education Foundation has been rallying the community behind our public schools since 2002, working to ensure that every child in Nashville thrives in our schools every day.
NPEF is founded
The Nashville Alliance for Public Education is founded, later renamed the Nashville Public Education Foundation.
First Public Schools Hall of Fame
NPEF hosts the first Public Schools Hall of Fame at Hume-Fogg High School, marking the 150th anniversary of public education in Nashville.
NPEF creates the Martin Professional Development Center
NPEF secures key donor and district support for the creation of the Martin Professional Development Center for MNPS teachers.
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 reports on critical data
NPEF embarks on two initiatives, the “Blueprint for Early Childhood Success” early literacy report and the “Bridge to Completion” college access report, which provide critical, data-backed frameworks for understanding key challenges facing the city.
NPEF Launches Revised Strategic Plan
NPEF creates a new strategic plan centered around the vision of what it would be like if every child in Nashville were thriving in our schools every day.