It's time to address the inequality gap.

Every aspect of life in Marin improves when ALL students in ALL our public schools, have access to the same high quality programs and the same opportunities for success.


At the heart of SchoolsRule-Marin lies two fundamentally important principles

  • the first, is that all children, in all schools deserve the best possible educational opportunities, wherever they may live in our community
  • the second, is that we all have a collective responsibility to look beyond our neighborhoods and individual school districts, to ensure that all schools have the resources they need to fully meet the needs of their students.

SchoolsRule-Marin is a coalition of the 20 public school foundations who are working to benefit every public school student in Marin County. Our objectives are to engage the community in a discussion about our schools and the important issues facing education, to encourage action through volunteering in the schools, and, in an unprecedented step in our community, to work together as one in raising funds for all students in all public schools. 


Good People of Marin–Show How Much You Care


Save the Date
6th Annual Fundraising Event


”The American Dream is about equal opportunity for everyone who works hard. If we don't give everyone the ability to simply read and write, then we aren't giving everyone an equal chance to succeed.”—Barbara Bush #BarbaraBush #literacy #equality
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RT @LCMSchools: Here is a valuable website link that was sent home to all of our middle school families. It's a Tobacco Prevention Toolkit…
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Congratulations to our founding partner @marinij on your well deserved awards!!
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We are VERY thankful for all the many ways @Rgerrity has supported SchoolsRule since the beginning! ❤️
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Thank you @marinij and @marincenter for supporting our local young talent! What a wonderful program!
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RT @PabloVenables: Lead like a good grade school teacher. #WednesdayWisdom #Leadership
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