Access to high-quality pre-K expanded statewide in Indiana

Following information sessions and advocacy training in February and March, a group of Indianapolis clergy mobilized around two bills facing the Indiana General Assembly (IGA) in the 2019 [...]


TEP Leads Advocacy Training for Indianapolis Clergy

In March, Zakiya Jackson and Aaron Jenkins of The Expectations Project traveled to Indianapolis, IN to provide advocacy and education training to The Indianapolis Ministerium, a group of local [...]


Faith and Community Leaders Convene in Indianapolis

In February, The Expectations Project (TEP) joined The Indianapolis Ministerium, a group of ministers from Indianapolis, IN meeting regularly to learn about taking action on issues that matter to [...]


TEP Participates in Inaugural Gathering of Harvard’s LIFE Institute

The Expectations Project’s founder and president, Nicole Baker Fulgham, and chief of staff, Brian Acker Housman, recently had the unique privilege of participating in the inaugural gathering of a [...]


All Our Children Conference Spotlights Education Equity

Last month, from January 16-18, over a hundred educators and faith-rooted advocates gathered in Columbia, SC for a conference that focused on spotlighting education equity and providing resources [...]


Webinar Draws 1,000 People To Learn About Faith-Rooted Advocacy

More than 1,000 people registered for a webinar hosted by The Expectations Project called Messengers of Hope: Faith and Action in the Trump Era. The October 12 webinar featured Nicole Baker [...]


Are you doing these two powerful things to end education inequality?

You may believe all God's children deserve an amazing education, but is your congregation involved in at least one of these two powerful ways to bring hope for students? If not, you may be missing out.