Spotlight on nominee Boston Partners in Education

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Nominee Boston Partners in Education

Next in our series of posts about new Charitocracy nominees, we have nominee Boston Partners in Education, nominated by donor misadowling. They ensure Boston Public School students are equipped with skills, opportunity, and confidence to succeed in the classroom and beyond. You can find their web site here.

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About nominee Boston Partners in Education

Our Mission & Vision

By creating supportive relationships between students and volunteer mentors, Boston Partners in Education ensures a more equitable city where every BPS student is equipped with the skills, opportunity, and confidence to succeed in the classroom and beyond.


Our trained volunteers, who serve as academic mentors, help students gain the skills, self-confidence and motivation they need to succeed in school and in life. Become a BPIE mentor today!


Our programs are designed to support the work of BPS teachers. To request a volunteer for your classroom, simply identify and nominate students who would benefit from extra help.


Your support allows us to provide caring mentors to Boston Public Schools students in need of academic and socio-emotional support right now – at no cost to them or their families.

Our Impact

  • 95% of students said their mentor helped them improve in school.
  • 100% of families said they would recommend working with a BPIE mentor to others.
  • 89% of students said their mentor made them feel like they could succeed in school.

So please visit the page of nominee Boston Partners in Education to vote for, like, or discuss this cause! And watch this news clip of BPIE celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Big Cheese Initiative mentorship program.

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