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“I appreciate that the school emphasizes African American history and culture, that my children develop a sense of pride in who they are, where they’ve come from, and the many role models they have to look up to in the black community. “ – Urban Academy Parent
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The Urban Reach Foundation
We appreciate your interest in wanting to support the Urban Academy of Greater Pittsburgh Charter School through giving. Your financial support and contributions help provide an extraordinary education for our students and enable us to meet our areas of greatest need. All gifts made to the Urban Academy will go to the school’s foundation, The Urban Reach Foundation, whose sole mission is to provide general support and fundraising for the Urban Academy. As the Urban Academy and the Urban Reach Foundation are both 501(c)(3) organizations, your gift is 100% tax deductible. If you would like to support the Urban Academy with a gift by means other than PayPal or Snowball Fundraising(Give Online) or have any questions, please contact the school’s Chief Operating Officer, Brandon D. Coney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Directors
Eugene D. Williams, III, Chairman
Dr. Linda Kmetz, Secretary
Thomas Giotto, Esq.
Dr. Julia Kaufman
Joseph D. Williams
State of Black Learning Conference
State of Black Learning (SBL) is a two-day conference designed for thought leaders, learning stakeholders, and educators across Pittsburgh and the country who teach and support learning through various platforms. The conference uses insightful analysis, commentary, and facilitated dialogue on best practices to help participants critically discuss how systemic inequities in race, gender, and socioeconomic status continue to shape and impact learning for Black children.
Whether considering a child’s home life or integrating a learning strategy to enhance student engagement, it is essential to hone in on the ways in which educators interact with and teach Black students. SBL is strategically designed to increase educator effectiveness and provide the tools necessary to help participants address all the factors that improve student outcomes and help Black children learn.
The generous philanthropic support of parents, grandparents, alumni, friends, faculty and staff allows Urban Academy to thrive. Urban relies on tax-deductible gifts—of all sizes—to provide an exceptional educational experience.