Partnership Program

Our Involvement

Panasonic Foundation's signature work for more than a quarter century has been the Partnership Program. This program involves the formation of long-term partnerships with public k-12 school districts.  By long-term, we mean 8 to 10 years! 

Elizabeth, New Jersey

Partner Since 2007
Elizabeth Public Schools will provide excellent educational experiences and services to inspire every student to think, learn, achieve and care.
  • 2,000 District Staff
  • Serving 26,000 Students
  • Across 34 Schools

Jersey City, New Jersey

Partner Since 2015
Committed to equity in education, high expectations for all, and partnering with families and the community to ensure that all children achieve.
  • 2,000 District Staff
  • Serving 18,000 Students
  • Across 39 Schools

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Partner Since 2015
Committed to accelerating student achievement, building positive relationships between youth and adults and cultivating leadership at all levels.
  • Home to 7 WI "Best Schools"
  • Serving 77,000 Students
  • Offering 154 School Options

Oakland, California

Partner Since 2011
The public school system for the city of Oakland, California. We are building America's first Full-Service Community School District.
  • 4,400 District Staff
  • Serving 36,000 Students
  • Across 87 Schools

Portland, Oregon

Partner Since 2015
Portland Public Schools, founded in 1851, is the largest school district in the Pacific Northwest.
  • 6,266 District Staff
  • Serving 48,500 Students
  • Across 78 Schools

Prince George's County

Partner Since 2013
Striving to advance the achievement of ALL students through community engagement, sound policy governance, accountability, and fiscal responsibility.
  • 18,000 District Staff
  • Serving 124,000 Students
  • Across 204 Schools

San Diego, California

Partner Since 2011
San Diego Unified is the second largest district in California, boasting an extremely diverse student population with more than 15 ethnic groups.
  • 14,000 District Staff
  • Serving 132,000 students
  • Across 235 Schools