By the time they reach fourth grade,

of low-income students nationwide are not proficient in reading.

All CSF families contribute a minimum of

towards tuition.

Since 1998, CSF New York has provided scholarships worth $267 million, changing the lives of

children in need.

of every dollar goes directly to funding scholarships; our organization’s operating expenses are funded by a few generous contributors.

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“Every child, regardless of their parents' income, should have access to a quality education–an education that will not only prepare them for successful private lives, but help them to build cohesive communities and a strong democracy.” -Ted Forstmann, April 21, 1999 #parentpower pic.twitter.com/YOhiqdezkO

CSF mourns the loss of Eli Broad -- an extraordinary and visionary philanthropist in science, the arts, and advancing educational opportunities. He was a great American whose spirit and commitment to making the world a better place will leave a lasting legacy. pic.twitter.com/wLPwSIpXba

.@Paul_E_Peterson: "The big news at the 100-day mark isn’t school opening but the revival of the school-choice movement." #schoolchoice #parentpower wsj.com/articles/lockd…