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The ResponsiveEd Foundation was created to provide financial support to ResponsiveEd schools. The goal of ResponsiveEd schools is to rekindle hope for students through an innovative, character-based, personalized learning environment, where students can develop into lifelong learners and achieve their academic goals.

When you make a charitable gift to The ResponsiveEd Foundation, you can feel confident that your generosity is helping bring educational opportunities to communities where there is a need for one of our unique school models.

As illustrated below, there is a critical need for public charter schools to bridge the gap of parents who are dissatisfied with their children’s assigned public schools, but do not have a viable alternative.

Every 26 seconds a student drops out of high school.3

1 in 4 high school students will not graduate within four years.4

Approximately half of parents are not satisfied with their child’s assigned public school.1

Number of students on charter school waiting lists nationally 2

Every 26 seconds a student drops out of high school. 3

1 in 4 high school students will not graduate within four years. 4

Approximately half of parents are not satisfied with their child’s assigned public school. 1

Number of students on charter school waiting lists nationally 2

1. U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Parent and Family Involvement inEducation Survey of the NHES, 2007.
2. Kern, Nora, and Wentana Gebru. “Waiting Lists to Aend Charter Schools Top 1 Million Names.” Details from the Dashboard (2007): 87-94.Hp://www.publiccharters.org. National Alliance of Public Charter Schools, May 2014. Web.
<hp://www.publiccharters.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/NAPCS-2014-Wait-List-Report.pdf>.
3. Miller, Tony. “Partnering for Education Reform.” U.S. Department of Education. Accessed February 26, 2014,
hps://www.ed.gov/news/speeches/partnering-education-reform.
4. Silver, David, Marisa Saunders, and Estela Zarate. “What Factors Predict High School Graduation in the Los Angeles Unified School District .” Aendance Counts.
Accessed February 26, 2014, hp://www.aendancecounts.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/LAUSD-Study-2008.pdf.