NEW YORK, December, 11, 2019 –PowerMyLearning, a national education nonprofit, has earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator, for the 12th consecutive year. This distinction sets PowerMyLearning apart from other nonprofits—only 2% of charities have earned a 4-star rating for ten or more years in a row.
Due to strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency, PowerMyLearning also received the 2019 Platinum Seal of Transparency, the highest level of recognition offered by Guidestar. To reach the Platinum level, PowerMyLearning updated extensive information on its Nonprofit Profile on GuideStar: basic contact and organizational information; in-depth financial information; qualitative information about goals, strategies, and capabilities; and quantitative information about results and progress toward its mission.
“We are thrilled with these accolades from Charity Navigator and Guidestar,” said Elisabeth Stock, CEO and Co-Founder of PowerMyLearning. “They help our supporters see our commitment to following best practices around good governance and financial accountability and transparency.”
PowerMyLearning is a national nonprofit whose mission is to advance educational equity by unlocking the hidden power of effective family engagement. The organization envisions family engagement as a triangle of learning relationships where students, teachers, and families work together as a team to achieve educational success.
PowerMyLearning partners with schools and districts to provide professional development services that improve teacher effectiveness and engage students’ families as partners in classroom learning. Their latest innovation called Family Playlists® “light up” the triangle of learning relationships. Family Playlists are multilingual, mobile-friendly homework assignments that leverage the “learning by teaching” strategy to have students teach what they are learning to a family partner at home. The research-based innovation has proven impact on social emotional learning and student achievement.