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December 23, 2020

Website Redesign RFP

EdVestors Request for Website Redesign Proposals PDF Version Summary EdVestors works to advance equitable learning opportunities for every Boston student. We are looking to update our website to reflect new messaging and focus as we complete a new strategic plan; refresh look and feel, improve user experience, particularly...

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October 29, 2020

EdVestors Awards 15th Annual $100,000 School on the Move Prize to the F. Lyman Winship Elementary School in Brighton

The Winship is being recognized for rapid improvement in providing a quality education through STEAM-based experiences to meet the needs of a diverse student population reflecting 35 different countries Charles Sumner Elementary School in Roslindale and the Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers in Fenway, each received a...

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May 20, 2020

Boston Public Schools, EdVestors and Open Door Arts Come Together to Secure and Distribute Art Supplies for Boston Students in Need

4,400 Crayola art kits will be distributed to enable creative expression critical to social emotional health during COVID-19 related school closures BOSTON – May 20, 2020 – In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Open Door Arts, an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, and EdVestors have collaborated with the Boston Public...

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March 13, 2020

Update on EdVestors Showcase

Dear EdVestors Community, Alongside all of you, we have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it rapidly evolves. With the health and safety of our partners, friends, and supporters as our top priority, we have decided to cancel this year’s Education Showcase scheduled for April 7th at District...

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November 7, 2019

Harvard-Kent awarded $100,000 for advancing academic achievement

The October 31, 2019 Boston Globe article by Maria Lovato, “Charlestown school awarded $100,000 for advancing academic achievement”, describes the 14th annual School on the Move Prize Ceremony on October 31 that featured 3 Boston Public Schools: the Manassah E. Bradley Elementary School in East Boston, the Thomas J. Kenny...

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