The education welfare group that received the largest amount of taxpayer funds for the 2016-2017 school year is the Education Welfare Society of America (EWSA), an organization that has been at the forefront of efforts to reform the U.S. educational system for the last 40 years.
EWSA was founded by former Vice President and former President Bill Clinton in 1965 as a non-profit organization, and has grown into the largest private education aid organization in the nation.
The group receives more than $1 billion in taxpayer funding every year, according to EWSA’s annual reports.
In 2016-17, the group’s annual expenditures totaled nearly $14 billion, and the average cost of their assistance programs for students in the U,S.
territories, Puerto Rico, Guam, and U.K. was more than double that amount.
According to the EWSA website, the organization is “dedicated to advancing education and public policy for the education system, students, families, communities, and our planet.”
In 2017-18, EWSA provided more than 1.7 million students with the following aid programs: Head Start, Head Start Early Learning, Special Needs Programs, and Supplemental Security Income.
EWSA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was founded in 1892, according the EWSAA website.
Its mission is to promote education and help improve the lives of children and their families.
In addition to its work for Head Start and Head Start early childhood programs, EWsa also offers a wide range of other assistance programs, including food assistance, shelter, health care, and legal services.
As of June 1, EWSSA received $11.2 billion in federal, state, and local funding to provide $10 billion in direct financial assistance to families, students and families.
The group has a staff of more than 50 people and has an annual budget of more $3 billion.
The average annual salary for its executive officers is $175,000.