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Thank you for your investment in the programs of Wake Education Partnership listed below!

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PAYMENT OPTIONS:

1. Credit Card

Amount:
$

2. Check

Print a Pledge Form and mail with your payment to:
Wake Education Partnership
706 Hillsborough Street, Suite A
Raleigh, NC 27603

If you would like to make an investment in memory or in honor of someone special to you, let us know the name and address of the honoree and we'll send a letter notifying them or their family of your kind gesture.

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Our programs

Teacher Leadership Grants
Funds innovative classroom instruction and collaboration by putting money directly into the classroom. This program alone has put $1 million into classrooms since its inception!

Excellence in Action
Provides a chance for business leaders, elected officials and educators to learn more about some of the best educational practices in the county by visiting classrooms. Each visit includes a written summary and video.

In Context
This online publication, which is emailed to Partnership subscribers twice a month, highlights current education news that is relevant to Wake County whether that news is state, local or national. Read your news In Context and understand what it means.

Pieces of Gold
This signature event provides students with an annual celebration of the arts. Now in its 30th year, it regularly features more than 800 Wake County children performing at Memorial Auditorium.

Early Childhood Literacy
A new program for us, the Partnership began working closely with the Wake school system and numerous non-profits to help coordinate efforts and provide resources to improve early literacy skills from Pre-K through third grade. This year's work includes four literacy summits in eastern Wake County scheduled for early fall.

Leadership Development
The Partnership is constantly looking for places where it can help build leaders in our classroom. Those efforts recently helped lead to two new Leadership Magnet schools where the schools will incorporate the lessons from Stephen R. Covey's work on the The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

Annual Education Summit
This event draws 400 to 600 business leaders, elected officials, educators, and community volunteers each year who gather to learn more about current education issues from closing the achievement gap to changes brought about by the Common Core.

Advisory Councils
As part of its work to Promote Best Practices, Connect Resources and Engage Leaders, the Partnership has organized several advisory councils to guide its work and to be a catalyst. Those councils include the College Advisory Council, CFO Advisory Council and Public Education Advisory Council.

 

Thank you very much

WEP