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IU School of Education

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$3,910

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Days Left: 0
Goal: $4,000

From Indiana University Foundation:

Invest in the School of Education’s mission! The School of Education seeks your help to provide flexibility to innovate, adapt, and meet opportunities and challenges within the field of education.

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Remember that educator who inspired you to reach beyond yourself, to try something new, and to take a risk you wouldn’t normally take? At the IU School of Education we know how those moments inspire the next generation of educators and leaders.

Your financial donation provides flexible support to assist the school in countless ways, including undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, special school initiatives, and student groups.

Please join us by making a gift to our Education Opportunity fund and help to support and strengthen the School of Education.

Our first $2,500 was matched dollar for dollar by School of Education alumni Kate (B.S. ’78) and John Ranshaw (B.S. ’77), who “believe that the most valuable and important resource for our country’s children are professionally trained educators.” Join us in helping to achieve our goal today!

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Gifts will be administered by the Indiana University Foundation, which represents Indiana University, including the IU School of Medicine. This is not a gift to Indiana University Health, and the Indiana University Health Foundation will not play a role in administering these accounts.