• Congratulations to the newest Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching winners, each of whom will receive $10,000 and a trip to Washington D.C. – Education Week
  • Improve your health by getting a high school diploma? According to a recent study education is just as beneficial to your health as quitting smoking. – NPR
  • 9 ed tech developments every educator should know about. – Education Dive
  • Lawmakers agree No Child Left Behind needs revisions. The question remains what those revisions should look like. – The New York Times
  • Senate Bill allowing education money to fund high-price financial consulting sparks controversy. –IBT
  • Recent conference in Norway, discusses worsening conditions surrounding child education particularly for girls, worldwide. – BBC


  • 3 key findings about major donors that every nonprofit should know. – The Nonprofit Times
  • The disconnect between need and affluence: a look at charitable giving rates compared with standards of living in the U.S. – The Chronical of Philanthropy
  • With the presidential election just around the corner, nonprofits are entering the political arena. What the IRS isn’t doing to stop it. – Bloomberg View
  • The fine line between corporate America and philanthropic organizations: Is venture philanthropy worth the risk? – The Washington Post
  • What nonprofits can learn from the Reddit Revolt: “The lesson is not to abandon working with empowered groups of self-managing participants.” – Nonprofit Quarterly
  • Want to increase fundraising? Find out what SaaS can do for your nonprofit. –TechCrunch