Our supporters: Education change-agents
As parents of four school age children, J.A. and Elizabeth Lacy are keenly aware of education issues in Indianapolis, and they've been disappointed by the scarcity of meaningful innovation in the traditional K-12 education system to engage students and improve lackluster results. They support The Mind Trust because they see the organization as "a catalyst for new thinking" that advances bold ideas and much-needed change to provide all students with better academic opportunities. "By researching education issues, advocating for new concepts and incubating innovative, new programs and schools, The Mind Trust spotlights opportunities and attracts resources to produce better results. With The Mind Trust, we have an opportunity make Indianapolis a national leader in education reform and our schools a community asset."
To see a list of 2012 contributors, please take a look at our annual report.