Participating School Systems

The following school systems are eligible to participate as members of The Education Cooperative /Metro-West Boston Collaboration):

  • Canton
  • Dedham
  • Dover
  • Dover-Sherborn
  • Framingham
  • Holliston
  • Hopkinton
  • Medfield
  • Millis
  • Natick
  • Needham
  • Norwood
  • Sherborn
  • The Education Cooperative
  • Walpole
  • Wayland
  • Westwood

The following school systems are eligible to participate as members of the Education Collaborative (EDCO) :

  • Acton-Boxborough Regional
  • Arlington
  • Bedford
  • Belmont
  • Boston Public Schools
  • Brookline
  • Carlisle
  • Concord
  • Concord-Carlisle Regional
  • Lexington
  • Lincoln
  • Lincoln-Sudbury Regional
  • Newton
  • Sudbury
  • Waltham
  • Watertown
  • Wellesley
  • Weston
  • Winchester

     

The following school systems are eligible to participate as members of the Silicon Valley, California Collaboration:

  • Cambrian School District
  • Campbell Union High School District
  • Campbell Union School District
  • Cupertino Union School District
  • Fremont Union High School District
  • Lakeside School District
  • Loma Prieta School District
  • Los Altos School District
  • Los Gatos-Saratoga High School District
  • Los Gatos Union School District
  • Luther Burbank School District
  • Moreland School District
  • Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District
  • Mountain View Whisman School District
  • Saratoga Union School District
  • Sunnyvale School District
  • Union School District

The following school systems are eligible to participate as members of the Houston Region 4 Education Service Center:

  • Aldine ISD
  • Anahuac ISD
  • Barbers Hill ISD
  • Channelview ISD
  • Cleveland ISD
  • Crosby ISD
  • Cypress-Fairbanks ISD
  • Devers ISD
  • East Chambers ISD
  • Galena Park ISD
  • Goose Creek ISD
  • Hardin ISD
  • Houston ISD
  • Huffman ISD
  • Hull-Daisetta ISD
  • Liberty ISD
  • Sheldon ISD
  • Tarkington ISD
  • YES Prep
     

     

    October, 2015:  NEWS RELEASE for School Newsletter  (TEC/Metro-West Boston)

    The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education addresses the challenge of maintaining and fostering excellence in elementary and secondary schools by recognizing and rewarding those educators who have made outstanding contributions in their classrooms, schools and communities. The Foundation seeks to foster respect for and appreciation of educators by publicizing their achievements and providing an Annual Educators Forum at which award recipients share their efforts. 

    Eligibility for the six annual awards of $500 each includes any person or group working directly with students, teachers, and other support staff within the school setting or in the community. Participants may include, but are not limited to:

    Eligibility for the six annual awards of $500 each includes any person or group working directly with students, teachers, and other support staff within the school setting or in the community. Participants may include, but are not limited to:

    • certified classroom teachers (experienced or new to the profession)

    • administrators

    • guidance counselors

    • school specialists

    • school nurses

    • part-time teachers and substitute teachers

    • teachers' aides

    • parents and representatives of the community 

    Areas of participation may include, but are not limited to the following:

    • enriching innovative programs in the classroom, school or community

    • engaging in professional growth

    • establishing programs for other educators

    • designing programs that focus on special populations

    • developing initiatives for collaboration between the schools and parents or members of the community 

    The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education is a non-profit organization. It serves public school systems represented by The Education Cooperative (TEC):

    Canton, Dedham, Dover, DOVER-SHERBORN, Framingham,  Holliston, Hopkinton, Medfield, millis, Natick, Needham, Norwood, Sherborn, The Education cooperative, Walpole, Wayland, Westwood.

    Nominations must be received by January 16, 2015.  Awards will be made in April, 2015. For further information, including the nomination process, profiles of the award recipients and their projects, and other Goldin Foundation programs, please view the website: www.goldinfoundation.org

 

 

October, 2015:  NEWS RELEASE for School Newsletter (EDCO)

The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education addresses the challenge of maintaining and fostering excellence in elementary and secondary schools by recognizing and rewarding those educators who have made outstanding contributions in their classrooms, schools and communities. The Foundation seeks to foster respect for and appreciation of educators by publicizing their achievements and providing an Annual Educators Forum at which award recipients share their efforts. 

Eligibility for the six annual awards of $500 each includes any person or group working directly with students, teachers, and other support staff within the school setting or in the community. Participants may include, but are not limited to:

  • certified classroom teachers (experienced or new to the profession)

  • administrators

  • guidance counselors

  • school specialists

  • school nurses

  • part-time teachers and substitute teachers

  • teachers' aides

  • parents and representatives of the community 

Areas of participation may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • enriching innovative programs in the classroom, school or community

  • engaging in professional growth

  • establishing programs for other educators

  • designing programs that focus on special populations

  • developing initiatives for collaboration between the schools and parents or members of the community 

The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education is a non-profit organization. It serves public school systems represented by the Education Collaborative of Greater Boston (EDCO) including:

ACTON-BOXBOROUGH REGIONAL, ARLINGTON, BEDFORD, BELMONT, BOSTON PUBLIC, BROOKLINE, CARLISLE, CONCORD, CONCORD-CARLISLE REGIONAL, LEXINGTON, LINCOLN, LINCOLN-SUDBURY REGIONAL,  NEWTON, SUDBURY, WALTHAM, WATERTOWN, WELLESLEY, WESTON, and WINCHESTER. 

Nominations must be received by January 16, 2015.  Awards will be made in April, 2015. For further information, including the nomination process, profiles of the award recipients and their projects, and other Goldin Foundation programs, please view the website: www.goldinfoundation.org

 

October, 2015:   NEWS RELEASE for School Newsletter (Silicon Valley, CA Region Collaboration)

The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education addresses the challenge of maintaining and fostering excellence in elementary and secondary schools by recognizing and rewarding those educators who have made outstanding contributions in their classrooms, schools and communities. The Foundation seeks to foster respect for and appreciation of educators by publicizing their achievements and providing an Annual Educators Forum at which award recipients share their efforts. 

Eligibility for the six annual awards of $500 each includes any person or group working directly with students, teachers, and other support staff within the school setting or in the community. Participants may include, but are not limited to:

  • certified classroom teachers (experienced or new to the profession)

  • administrators

  • guidance counselors

  • school specialists

  • school nurses

  • part-time teachers and substitute teachers

  • teachers' aides

  • parents and representatives of the community 

Areas of participation may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • enriching innovative programs in the classroom, school or community

  • engaging in professional growth

  • establishing programs for other educators

  • designing programs that focus on special populations

  • developing initiatives for collaboration between the schools and parents or members of the community 

The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education is a non-profit organization. It serves the following public school systems in the Silicon Valley, CA region:

Campbell Union High School District, cambrian school district, Campbell Union School District, LUTHER BURBANK SCHOOL DISTRICT, Moreland School District, Union School District,

Fremont Union High School District, cupertino school district, Sunnyvale School District

Los Gatos-Saratoga High School District, LAKESIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT, LOMA PRIETA SCHOOL DISTRICT, Los Gatos Union School District, Saratoga Union School District.

Mountain view-los altos Union high school district, Los altos school district, mountain view whisman school district

Nominations must be received by January 16, 2015.  Awards will be made in May, 2015. For further information, including the nomination process, profiles of the award recipients and their projects, and other Goldin Foundation programs, please view the website: www.goldinfoundation.org

 

 

 

October, 2015:   NEWS RELEASE for School Newsletter (Houston

Region 4 Education Service Center)

The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education addresses the challenge of maintaining and fostering excellence in elementary and secondary schools by recognizing and rewarding those educators who have made outstanding contributions in their classrooms, schools and communities. The Foundation seeks to foster respect for and appreciation of educators by publicizing their achievements and providing an Annual Educators Forum at which award recipients share their efforts. 

Eligibility for the six annual awards of $500 each includes any person or group working directly with students, teachers, and other support staff within the school setting or in the community. Participants may include, but are not limited to:

  • certified classroom teachers (experienced or new to the profession)

  • administrators

  • guidance counselors

  • school specialists

  • school nurses

  • part-time teachers and substitute teachers

  • teachers' aides

  • parents and representatives of the community 

Areas of participation may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • enriching innovative programs in the classroom, school or community

  • engaging in professional growth

  • establishing programs for other educators

  • designing programs that focus on special populations

  • developing initiatives for collaboration between the schools and parents or members of the community 

 

The Goldin Foundation for Excellence in Education is a non-profit organization. It serves public school systems represented by the Houston Region 4 Education Service Center:

 

Aldine ISD, Anahuac ISD, Barbers Hill ISD, channelview ISD, cleveland isd, crosby isd, cypress-fairbanks isd, Devers iSD, East Chambers ISD, galena park isd, Goose Creek ISD, hardin isd, Houston ISD, Huffman ISD, Hull-Daisetta ISD, Liberty ISD, sheldon isd, Tarkington ISD, YES Prep.

 

Nominations must be received by January 16, 2015. Awards will be made in May, 2015. For further information, including the nomination process, profiles of the award recipients and their projects, and other Goldin Foundation programs, please view the website: www.goldinfoundation.org