JJSE could not exist without the support of many valuable institutional partners, including (but not limited to) the following:

Coalition of Essential Schools: creating and sustaining personalized, equitable, and intellectually challenging schools

Enlace: a strategic alliance of low-wage worker centers, unions, and community organizations in Mexico and in the U.S.

The Forum for Education and Democracy: a national education “action tank” committed to the public, democratic role of public education — the preparation of engaged and thoughtful democratic citizens

Justice Matters Institute: bringing about racially just schools by developing and promoting education policy rooted in community vision

San Francisco Organizing Project: working in over 30 congregations and schools representing 40,000 San Franciscans to develop community leaders and grassroots campaigns

San Francisco State College of Education: preparing reflective and innovative professionals as leaders to ensure the educational development of diverse populations within dynamic educational contexts

Stanford Teacher Education Program: cultivating teacher leaders who share a set of core values that includes a commitment to social justice, an understanding of the strengths and needs of a diverse student population, and a dedication to equity and excellence for all students

Teachers 4 Social Justice: providing opportunities for self-transformation, leadership, and community building to educators in order to affect meaningful change in the classroom, school, community and society