More and Better Learning Time
Frederick James FrelowSenior Program Officer New York
Fred Frelow works on issues of education and scholarship in the United States. His grant making focuses on improving the quality of teaching in secondary schools serving low-income, minority and immigrant children.
Before joining the Ford Foundation in 2008, he was director of early-college initiatives at the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, where he was responsible for managing the development of 14 early-college high schools. Previously, he was associate director in the working communities division of the Rockefeller Foundation, where he oversaw development and implementation of the foundation's school reform program.
He has also served as director of national affairs and associate director of urban initiatives for the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future at Teachers College, Columbia University; director of curriculum for the Nyack, N.Y., public schools; and director of the U.S. Department of Education's Magnet School Assistance Project at Louis Armstrong Middle School in Queens, N.Y.
Fred taught for 12 years in Newton, Mass., public schools. He has an Ed.D. in educational administration and policy analysis from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a master's degree in education and policy analysis from Boston University.
Issues and Initiatives
Frederick James Frelow is a member of the following initiative team:
|Educational Opportunity and Scholarship|