The Lawrence Township School Foundation (LTSF) is among the top 50 educational foundations in the nation, according to a national study ranking K-12 education foundations. In the “Stepping Up: The Nation’s Top K-12 Education Foundations” study, LTSF was ranked 39th in the overall category and 3rd when compared to education foundations of a similar size.
The Stepping Up study is the nation’s only study committed to ranking educational foundations. The purpose of the study is to advocate the importance of K-12 education foundations while recognizing those that do it best.
The study looks at eight key performance categories to determine the ranking: total revenues, revenues per student, total assets, assets per student, grant & program expenses, grant & program expenses per student, investment income, and volunteers.
Follow the link to read the full study conducted by Caruthers Institute, that describes itself as a nonpartisan think tank that conducts research, crafts solutions, and leads advocacy to inform data- driven decision-making on emerging youth issues.
This post was created in collaboration with Dana Altemeyer, Coordinator of Communications, Public Relations, & Marketing, Lawrence Township Schools
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