The foundation’s Grand Challenges program invests in innovations that aim to solve the world’s biggest problems that don’t attract financing from the usual sources.
For Black and Latino students, and students experiencing poverty, mastering Algebra 1 is the X-Factor
Algebra 1 is one of the key markers of American students’ future success. A Grand Challenges grant competition looks at designing solutions to make it more accessible and collaborative for disadvantaged students.
Many HBCUs, especially those in rural areas, have insufficient access to testing. The U.S. Program is offering grants to improve critical diagnostic testing infrastructure for these institutions.
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