• U.S. Department of Education announces plans to create a customized college rating system, allowing students to compare schools based on personal criteria. – The Chronicle of Higher Education
  • Creating an education system for the future workforce – advancement based on mastery not time. – Forbes
  • Georgia Southern University recommends 9 education careers that don’t involve being in the classroom. – Education World
  • Assessment tests replaced by video games? Innovative methods reveal students’ abilities without traditional in-school testing. – Education Dive
  • Would you rather final exams or two additional weeks of school? What some high school students can expect next school year. – The Washington Post
  • Debt cancellation for students could mean profit cancellation for higher education institutions. The reform starts here. – Al Jazeera America



  • mPOS technology is increasing fundraising potential for more and more nonprofits thanks to these 5 components: – BizTech
  • 2015 Millennial Impact Report reveals the best ways to get millennials to donate their money and their time. – The Nonprofit Times
  • 4 tips for repurposing your nonprofit’s newsletter. – Business 2 Community
  • What your donors need to know about non-cash gifts and the benefits of “asset-based giving” for both parties. – The Nonprofit Times
  • Brooklyn nonprofit, Children of Promise, NYC (CPNYC), makes a big difference in the lives of children of incarcerated parents. (Full disclosure, they’re our client!) –  Huffington Post