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KWFKerio WinRoute Firewall (Internet access management)
KWFKaratenomichi World Federation (Japan)
KWFKoningin Wilhelmina Fonds (Dutch: Queen Wilhelmina Fund; Netherlands)
KWFKeyWord Finder
KWFKilled while Flying (aviation accidents)
KWFKnowledgeworks Foundation
KWFKanye West Foundation (est. 2007)
KWFKids Wrestling Federation (website)
KWFKirtland's Warbler Festival (Roscommon, Michigan)
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Furthermore, in 2004, the KnowledgeWorks Foundation launched the Richard Riley Award--Schools as Centers of Community: A National Search for Excellence.
KnowledgeWorks Foundation is an Ohio-based public education philanthropy that provides funding and leadership for a wide range of education initiatives.
For more information, please contact Brett Visger, Program Director, College and Career Access Program, KnowledgeWorks Foundation, (513) 929-1118, visgerb@kwfdn.
KnowledgeWorks Foundation provides funding and leadership for education initiatives throughout Ohio: for further information, visit www.
The American Architectural Foundation (AAF) and KnowledgeWorks Foundation have announced that Rosa Parks School at New Columbia Community Campus in Portland, Ore.
KNOWLEDGEWORKS FOUNDATION Every Student Deserves a Legacy series www.
Model Policies in Support of High Performance School Buildings for All Children" was produced by the Building Educational Success Together (BEST) Partnership, which includes the following organizations: (1) 21st Century SchoolFund, Washington, DC; (2) Center forCities and Schools; University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; (3) Education Law Center, Newark, NJ; (4) KnowledgeWorks Foundation, Cincinnati, OH; (5) National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities, Washington, DC; (6) New Visions for Public Schools, New York, NY; and (7) Save our Schools, New Orleans, LA.
The American Architectural Foundation, KnowledgeWorks Foundation, and Target have partnered to produce the 17-minute video about DSST, a public charter high school in Colorado where learning occurs in a high-tech environment.
And there should be a real dollars-and-cents benefit, Jonathan Weiss, a former member of Vice President Al Gore's staff, concludes in a KnowledgeWorks Foundation research report--"Can Public Schools Impact Economic Development?
MONICA MARTINEZ is president of New Tech Network and vice president of education strategy for KnowledgeWorks Foundation.