, Learning Heroes, and National Summer Learning Association Announce New ‘Summer Togetherness’ Virtual Learning Series

All-new weekly Facebook Live series will help parents maximize this critical summer to support children’s learning and development

OAKLAND, CA (June 7, 2021) —  Educational nonprofits GreatSchools, Learning Heroes, and the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) today announced a joint partnership to deliver a 9-week “Summer Togetherness” virtual learning series to support parents and families in fostering their child’s academic and developmental success this summer, showcasing that learning together this summer can be fun and happen anywhere. Continue reading “” Honored as Top ‘Family & Parenting’ and ‘Education’ Website in 27th Annual Communicator Awards

Nonprofit site receives two “Awards of Distinction;” elevated among 6,000 worldwide entries

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OAKLAND, CA (May 20, 2021) — Educational nonprofit GreatSchools today announced that its website,, has been recognized with two Communicator Awards for Best Family & Parenting and Best Education website. As the leading international awards program honoring creative excellence for communication professionals, the 27th Annual Communicator Awards received over 6,000 entries from around the world across seven categories.
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Parenting podcast earns two nominations; listeners can vote through May 6 for to win Internet’s top honor

OAKLAND, CA (April 23, 2021) — Educational nonprofit, announced today that its parenting podcast, Like a Sponge, has been nominated for Best Science & Education Podcast in the 25th Annual Webby Awards. This distinction places GreatSchools’ podcast in the top 10% of the nearly 13,500 record-breaking projects entered from around the world.
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A statement from our team

On the verdict in the George Floyd murder trial and the need for continued action.

OAKLAND, CA (April 22, 2021)The nation watched as a monumental verdict was issued: guilty. While some say justice was served, others rightly point out that no amount of justice will bring George Floyd back to his family nor community.

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A statement from our team

On the rise of xenophobia, hate crimes, and attacks against the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.

OAKLAND, CA (March 18, 2021) — We are deeply saddened by the horrific tragedies in Georgia, which took eight innocent lives, including those of six women of Asian descent. An attack on one of our communities is an attack on all of us.

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