Welcome to The Chad School Foundation, Inc.
Established in 1991, The Chad School Foundation, Inc. is an education policy and advocacy organization seeking to improve conditions in public school systems serving disadvantaged children. Through the commissioning of research and white papers and convening of key policy and decision makers, the Foundation champions promising efforts to create high-quality public schools. Chad also assists in providing opportunities to alter the life chances of low-income, yet aspiring students through a limited number of academic scholarships
Chad Partners with Essence Editor Emeritus, Susan L. Taylor
On October 15, 2012, Greater Newark CARES, an affiliate of the National CARES Mentoring Movement Founded by Susan L. Taylor, received a $5000 grant from the Foundation. Chad and Greater Newark Cares will work to connect positive African American role models with some of Newark’s most vulnerable children. Chad's monetary support will assist in developing a local collaborative structure to accelerate existing mentoring activity in the city.
CHAD FOUNDATION AWARDS Grant to BRICK- Avon Academy
On September 28th, 2012, Chad announced its $6,000 grant award to BRICK: Building Responsible Intelligent Creative Kids. BRICK, a local teacher-grown education management nonprofit organization, will use these funds to support its Early Childhood parent involvement program.
FOUNDATION AWARDS $30,000 in Scholarships
On August 7, 2012, the Foundation, made scholarship awards totaling $30,000 in cash assistance to three college-bound Newark Public School students: Robert Emmanuel, a graduate of University High School; Patrice Gamble, also a graduate of University; and Ming Ding Weng, a graduate of Science Park High School. All three students received four-year $10,000 scholarships to attend their respective colleges and universities.