"Back in April, we wrote about StriveTogether and its efforts to bring collective impact funding to education reform. Recently, through the Cradle to Career Accelerator Fund, StriveTogether pooled $15 million to help communities work on educational improvement.  

The Cradle to Career Accelerator Fund is designed to speed up the process of bringing in multiple stakeholders to address education, while building a new and improved civic framework for the future of education and career readiness.

This fund is operated by the StriveTogether network, a national alliance of more than 60 community partnerships in 31 states and the District of Columbia. StriveTogether is a subsidiary of KnowledgeWorks, a social enterprise based in Cincinnati, Ohio, focused on creating sustainable improvement in student preparedness for college and the workplace."

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