The Panasonic Foundation partners with public school districts and their communities to break the links between race, poverty, and educational outcomes by improving the academic and social success of ALL STUDENTS.
We form long-term partnerships with public school systems and the communities they serve. We also support and facilitate communities of practice and school board development retreats.
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee Public Schools students will need to take two units of world language and one credit of an Advanced Placement, Career and Technical Education, International Baccalaureate or Project Lead the Way course in order to grad
MILWAUKEE – Sojourner White, a 2012 graduate of Milwaukee Public Schools’ Rufus King International High School and student at Bradley University in Illinois, has received the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Award.
We are currently engaged in a search for the Foundation's next executive director. After a decade of extraordinary leadership as executive director of the Panasonic Foundation, Dr. Larry Leverett will be retiring at the end of December.