Program areas at MSDF
Data driven education & ed-fi - see statement 24
Educational initiatives in the united states, india & south africa - see statement 24
Health related initiatives & community support - see statement 24
Event & sponsorship fees: the ed-fi alliance conducts an annual summit and bootcamp that brings together state and local education agency leaders, ed-tech vendors, technical experts and decision makers to connect, share, and learn about the advantages of data interoperability using the ed-fi data standard and technology tools. To help offset the costs of these events, ed-fi alliance collects registration fees from attendees and sponsorship payments from organizations.
Interest/dividends - pris: the Foundation uses highly structured equity and loan investments to help select entrepreneurial organizations in education, vocational training, and financial inclusion that help socially driven entrepreneurs launch new products that open new markets to routinely provide families living in urban poverty with access to the best-in-class financial, educational, and other tools that can help them transform their lifetime prospects.
Subscription/implementation fees: college success tools (cst) licenses its comprehensive, cloud-based student management software as a service (saas) platform, gradsnapp, which empowers organizations to understand each students journey through college and provides the support and interventions they need while saving time and budget. Gradsnapp provides comprehensive student profiles, including student progress dashboards, risk indicators and more. To help offset the costs of these activities, cst collects subscription and implementation fees from licensing gradsnapp.