Getting Smart is acknowledging people and organizations making a difference with the second annual Smart Lists. During October and November you’ll see about 20 ‘Best of’ lists, not in order, not exhaustive, just people we appreciate doing innovative work.

Today we are recognizing 45 great policy and advocacy organizations. These groups put students first, illuminate the path, and lead the conversation.

Equity Advocates


Digital & Competency-Based Learning Advocates

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Policy Advisors & Resources

State Advocacy Organizations

Who did we miss?  Who would you add?

This Smart List was published in partnership with Getting Smart Services. Getting Smart Services provides advocacy, advisory, consulting and public relations services to turn ideas into impact. We help for-profit and non-profit organizations construct cohesive and forward-thinking strategies for branding, awareness, advancement and communications.

* Learn Capital Partner, # Getting Smart Partner, ** Board Member or Advisor



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