Education empowers individuals to find solutions, improving not only their own life but the lives around them.

Learning, a lifelong quest, is the foundation of all knowledge and skills. Through education, we can tackle larger social issues and foster responsible citizenship. CLF helps individuals gain access to schools, from preschool through college, by issuing grants and taking an active role in exploring new approaches to education.

Ways to improve teaching results include providing computer-based and technological education, promoting leadership skills, and offering programs about the arts. In addition, opportunities for ongoing education, such as research projects and conferences, promote continuing education as a goal for people of all ages.

Within the CLF education initiatives, we support programs that:

  • Aid students with learning disabilities
  • Target at-risk populations and integrate all learners
  • Provide equal access
  • Offer quality programming using innovative methods
  • Apply data-driven approaches
  • Educate the whole child
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