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Wood-Ridge Public Education Foundation

 

How Private Funds Benefit Education

As Americans, all children should have the opportunity for the same quality of education regardless of income or means. The Wood Ridge Public Education Foundation seeks to develop charitable support which will supplement the publicly funded school budget to achieve this equality of opportunity. 

A first-class education program might include the following items that are not funded, or not fully funded, in the current budget:

  • Enrichment programs at all grade levels that encourage students to achieve to their fullest potential.

  • Replacement of outdated books and reading materials with updated and more challenging books and technology.

  • Replacement and/or additional forms of technology, such as new computers, printers and various forms of hardware and software.

  • Challenging new courses of study that offer students an opportunity to work towards college and career interests.

  • Development funding for tools that support greater collaboration between parents and teachers around children’s academic goals.

  • Additional time and resources to research, develop, and pilot programs that move our system forward toward excellence.

2017-2018 Awarded Grants

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