By the time they reach fourth grade,
of low-income students nationwide are not proficient in reading.
All CSF families contribute a minimum of
Since 1998, CSF has provided scholarships worth $837 million, changing the lives of almost
children in need.
of every dollar goes directly to funding scholarships; our organization’s operating expenses are funded by a few generous contributors.
Inspiring evening w/CSF alumni, Young Leaders, & President’s Council members coming together to share career/college advice. Thank you Reco Charity, @ANicoleSerrato, Jason Tejada, & Josue De Paz! #inspire #CSFAlumni #Opphope pic.twitter.com/01Um9kzIhc
Ruszkowski: American families strongly support school choice. Educators should listen to them. – USA Today
usatoday.com/story/opinion/… #schoolchoice #parentpower
Ray Domanico of @ManhattanInst looks at changing demographics in NYC/NYS schools, finds private schools defy generalization as 19.4% of NYC’s schoolchildren (both wealthy & lower-income) attend private schools: