Partnerships with allied nonprofits and public agencies help us advance our work for Florida’s children — together.

If you are part of a nonprofit organization or public agency and are interested in uniting our efforts and advising on priority issues and goals, please contact us and find out how your group can get involved.

The Southern Policy & Practice Network (SP&PN) is a co-created learning collaborative featuring key stakeholder organizations from Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Texas. This initiative is focused on addressing ways to improve education equity for Black, Brown, and low-income students from different yet interconnected vantage points in areas of education advocacy, research, and the business community.

The Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC) is the central repository of information regarding missing endangered persons in Florida. MEPIC assists law enforcement agencies and Florida’s citizens in finding missing persons by providing analytical services and engaging the public in the search. As part of these services, MEPIC has worked with partner agencies to develop the Florida AMBER Plan and Florida Silver Alert Plan. Under these plans, MEPIC is responsible for issuing all AMBER Alerts, Missing Child Alerts and State Silver Alerts in Florida.

From its inception, the Florida Council on Economic Education (FCEE) has been affiliated with the Council for Economic Education & was established to ensure that Florida k-12 students learn about economics & the free enterprise system. The CEE, offers a variety of programs & resources that include standards-based, classroom-tested instructional materials available for all grade levels. State Councils, like the FCEE, & university & college-based Centers provide professional development workshops for teachers, as well as assistance to schools in the development of curricula. Currently, the FCEE supports 5 Centers for Economic Education.

Team Enough is Brady’s youth-led initiative, team enough, educates and mobilizes young people in the fight against gun violence.  Team Enough and Florida PTA released a grassroots Toolkit to resist arming teachers.

Florida College Access Network (FCAN) is at the heart of a movement to ensure all Floridians have the opportunity to achieve an education beyond high school and prosper in our dynamic economy.

By partnering with leaders, educators and communities throughout Florida—especially through community alliances called local college access networks (LCANs)—they strive to achieve the State of Florida’s SAIL to 60 goal: for at least 60% of Florida adults to hold degrees and workforce-relevant credentials by 2030.

Equality Florida Institute’s Safe and Healthy SchoolsProgram aims to create a culture of inclusion while countering the bullying, harassment, social isolation, and bigotry that dramatically increase risk factors for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) students.’s%20Safe%20and,transgender%2C%20and%20questioning)%20students.

Since 1981, Florida Alliance for Arts Education (FAAE) has worked to bring schools and communities together to improve, enhance and promote lifelong learning, in and through the arts, from birth through adulthood.

The Arts are essential to the vitality and quality of life in schools and communities. Education is even more powerful when it includes arts instruction and broad-based cultural programs.

As the statewide umbrella organization for arts education, FAAE touches thousands of lives each year, serving educators, administrators, students, families, and advocates in rural and urban communities throughout Florida.

Family Network on Disabilities of Florida, Inc. is a statewide network of families and individuals of all ages who may be at-risk, have disabilities, or have special needs and their families, professionals, and concerned citizens. Our mission is to ensure through collaboration that Floridians have full access to family-driven support, education, information, resources, and advocacy and to serve families of children with disabilities, ages birth through 26, who have the full range of disabilities described in section 602(3) of IDEA.