- Alliance for Justice Nonprofit Advocacy Project – Assists nonprofits in understanding the broad scope of allowable policy activities
- (The) ASPIRA Association – National nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower the Puerto Rican and Latino community through advocacy and the education and leadership development of its youth.
- (The) Center for Education Reform – A national, independent, non-profit advocacy organization that provides support and guidance to those working to bring fundamental reforms to their schools.
- Center for Law and Education – Strives to make the right of all students to quality education a reality and to help enable communities to address their own public education problems effectively, with an emphasis on assistance to low-income students and communities.
- Citizen’s Commission on Civil Rights – By monitoring federal policies on important civil rights issues, CCCR works to make tangible the promise of equal opportunity.
- FairTest – Advocacy organization working to end the abuses, misuses and flaws of standardized testing and ensure that evaluation of students and workers is fair, open and educationally sound.
- National Access Network – A non-profit education advocacy organization that works to strengthen the links between school finance litigation, education policy, and advocacy efforts, so as to promote meaningful educational opportunities for all children, especially those low-income and minority children currently being denied this opportunity.
- National Dropout Prevention Center – Website to provide resources that enable a new or enhanced appreciation for the importance of a quality education and a high school diploma.
- National School Safety Center (NSSC) – Serves as a catalyst and advocate for the prevention of school crime and violence by providing information and resources and identifying strategies and promising programs which support safe schools for school children worldwide.
- The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence – An independent, non-partisan organization of Kentucky parents and citizens whose mission is to give Kentuckians a voice for vastly improved education. Recommends solutions to problems and informs the public through its publications, including guidebooks on school-based decision making and school law.
- (The) Right Question Project – Offers educational strategies to help people build skills to get involved in issues that affect them.
- 21st Century School Fund – Provides technical assistance, training and tools to non-profit organizations, school districts, and local, state and federal public agencies to support their work on urban school facility issues.
- Wrights Law – Provides up to date information about special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities.