Siegel Family Endowment and CSforALL Announce New Partnership
CSforALL and Siegel Family Endowment are in partnership to increase access to high-quality computational thinking and computer science education for all students in the US. This groundbreaking funding and partnership model between SFE and CSforALL affords both organizations the opportunity to pursue their independent missions, and creates space for close collaboration in the areas where their visions overlap.
Strategies for Technological Change in the Workplace
What are the implications of new technologies on the resilience of a state or local economy? What systems and norms need to be reconsidered in the face of seismic technological change? What kinds of policies can state governments adopt to mitigate the impacts of rapid technological change? Learn more about SFE's funding partnership with Future Workforce Now, a program that explores the implications of technological change for the future of work in state and local economies.
Announcing Scratch 3.0
Since 2013, Scratch's research-based approach to platform development has been instrumental to informing Siegel Family Endowment’s positions on computational thinking, and our support has played a significant role in helping bring the Scratch platform to as many kids as possible. That’s why we’re so excited for the launch of one of the biggest updates in the Scratch universe to date — Scratch 3.0 is officially here, and brings with it a number of new features that will help Scratchers do and create more than ever before.
Data And Society
Data & Society is a new kind of independent research organization that’s unbound by the structures of traditional academic research institutions. They have a deliberate focus on the social and cultural issues associated with technological advancement, and produce rigorous research to be shared across their far-reaching network.
We make grants across three primary interest areas. Learn more about each one, and the grantees we work with, below.