Over the past 20 years, Woodrow Wilson has developed programs that join its legacy of promoting excellence in higher education with a commitment to meet emerging national needs in K–12 education. The Foundation continues to create links between K–12 schools and colleges and universities, exploring innovative ways to strengthen teacher preparation and ensure access to quality education for all students.
Early College High School fosters colleges’ creation, in partnership with school districts, of small schools that prepare low-income and minority students for college.
The Enhanced Dual Enrollment System (EDES) is a comprehensive approach to high-quality dual enrollment and coordinated student supports designed to ensure that students from traditionally underserved groups succeed in college.
The Partnerships for College Success, working in five New England schools, help underserved students transition from high school to college.
Teaching & Learning
The Digital Media and Learning Initiative focused on how digital media is changing how young people learn in and out of school and interrogates what that means for building successful learning environments.
The WW National Network of Seminars for Teachers understands teachers as scholars, providing intellectual engagement for public school teachers at 26 sites nationwide through seminars led by university faculty on a partnering college campus.
The Leadership Program for Teachers for 20 years brought teachers to Princeton for summer sessions with leading university faculty, offers those two decades' worth of resources.