Survey Says: Parents are Willing Partners on Personalized Learning, But We Must Engage Them
Teacher Appreciation Week: Showing Students the Sky’s the Limit
Rockets that fly 20 miles high. Prosthetic devices created with a 3-D printer. Food scrap that is converted into fuel. These might sound like the work of scientists or maybe projects from a graduate school program. In fact, these are the types of challenges students solve in Dr. Nghia Le’s…
Nonprofit Quarterly: Scale and Sustainability—What’s a Funder to Do?
By Carina Wong, K-12 Deputy Director, for Nonprofit Quarterly Whether you work at a small operating foundation or for the world’s largest grantmaking one, “scale” and “sustainability” are two words that likely have dominated more than a few staff meetings. That’s not surprising, since both are important indicators of an…