THE PARTNERSHIP

The Partnership to Strengthen Innovation and Practice in Secondary Education (PSIPSE) is collaboration of funders and partner organizations seeking to catalyze innovation and systemic change around access to quality and relevant secondary education globally.


ABOUT PSIPSE

The Partnership to Strengthen Innovation and Practice in Secondary Education (PSIPSE) is collaboration of funders and partner organizations seeking to catalyze innovation and systemic change around access to quality and relevant secondary education globally.

PSIPSE Partners

Since 2012, The Partnership has invested in over 60 organizations working to improve quality and access to secondary education in 8 countries. Distribution of funds through both an open RFP process and renewal grants total $60 million. PSIPSE partners are piloting, expanding and adapting, and scaling programs that support better access, teaching, and learning outcomes for students at the secondary level. See the portfolio.

 

 DONORS

The PSIPSE is led by a group of private donors:

Mastercard Foundation, Echidna Giving, Dubai Cares & an anonymous donor. Previous donors include the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Intel Foundation, and Human Dignity Foundation.

As part of their 40 Years, 40 Stories series, the MacArthur Foundation reflected on their participation in the PSIPSE.


“Secondary education is a critical step in a young person’s journey to higher education or the workforce. This partnership is testing new ideas and scaling approaches that have the potential to transform how young people access education, while also improving the quality and relevance of what is being taught.”
— Reeta Roy, President and CEO, Mastercard Foundation