Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education Exemplary
The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education Exemplary
Projects Awards are designed to recognize excellence,
expertise, and demonstrable achievement in education. They
are recognition awards to projects of excellence that have
been in existence for a minimum of 3 full years and have
potential for replication and/or adaptation. Criteria for
this award correspond closely to the Foundationís belief
that educators play a vital role in society supporting young
peopleís growth and preparing them to be adaptable,
flexible, creative, and responsive to future societal
At the discretion of the Goldin Foundation for Excellence in
Education Advisory Board, awards will be $5000-$10,000.
Approximately 3-4 awards will be given each year. Open to
all (i.e. exemplary projects in public and private school
districts, community groups), awards must meet criteria; and
they will include a nomination process and a visit by Goldin
Foundation Advisory Board members. Nominations may be
received at any time.
Descriptions of Goldin Foundation for Excellence in
Education Exemplary Projects with their contacts and website
links will be shared with educators throughout the United
States and other locations via the Goldin Foundation for
Excellence in Education website:
An Exemplary Project may serve as source of inspiration for
replication and/or adaptation in your school district or
communities. Information includes description, vision,
process, audiences served, and recommendations for
implementation. Please go to the sidebar to "Exemplary
Projects;" use the links to connect to profiles of the
used in the selection
process of a project recognized for excellence are:
tangible project demonstrates excellence in education and
has successfully impacted children, students, and/or
educators: early childhood-grade 12.
project exemplifies a creative and innovative approach that
has made a difference in a classroom, school, or community.
project evidences: developing academic, social, and
emotional growth of young people; respecting individual
needs and talents; fostering self-esteem; and encouraging
realization of individual potential.
project fosters and evidences a community of teachers and
project encourages and evidences civic awareness and
project has been implemented for a minimum of 3 full years.
project has potential for replication and/or adaptation.
project, once awarded, will provide a description, contact
person, and website link to be shared on the Goldin
Foundation for Excellence in Education website.
(use link on sidebar)
to include need, purpose, timeline of activities
Support letters: a
minimum of 3, a maximum of 5
Please send nomination letters and the Nomination Form to:
Exemplary Projects Awards
Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education
85 Grove Street #408
Wellesley, MA 02482