The NABSE Foundation was developed to support the organization's
activities related to the Charles D. Moody Research Institute on African
American Education. The Foundation produces the funding necessary to
carry out Institute programs.
The programs have four (4) distinct elements:
The Institute’s professional development is intended to provide
educators of African American children with research based training experiences.
The Ron Edmonds Academies are components of this system.
The Institute’s research program produces projects that identify
educational practices that demonstrate excellence in the school performance
of African American studies.
The Institute periodically publishes monographs, special issue papers
and research reports.
The Institute awards financial aid to eligible students pursuing careers
in education. Additionally, research grants will be available.