• Teachers are still struggling with how to simultaneously raise expectations for all students while leveling the playing field for the most vulnerable children. –EdSource
  • The prekindergarten grades at The Dual Language Academy in Tulsa devote two hours a day to vocabulary. –Education Week
  • The Oswego Bookmobile brings reading materials into people’s neighborhoods and helps families create home libraries. – The 74 Million
  • Like a Rubik’s cube, alignment of all of the elements of all of the education systems will be necessary to formulate a strategic plan for Caribbean education that can create change. – Jamaica Observer
  • While technology has transformed most sectors, educational settings still need a push from Silicon Valley. – Recode


  • As part of the New York Restoration Project’s “Twigs & Swigs” program, participants can beautify their blocks and socialize with neighbors at a local bar after donating their time. – DNAinfo
  • Sesame Workshop, the world’s first nonprofit to reach one billion views on YouTube, will be teaching preschool-aged children living in refugee camps “We All Sing With the Same Voice.” – Nonprofit Quarterly
  • A young entrepreneur founded an education program in the U.S. Virgin Islands, motivated by his own learning disability. – The Nonprofit Times
  • Goodwill conducted a study to measure effectiveness of ad campaigns and were surprised to see the impact of digital advertising despite minimal investment. –Adweek
  • University of Michigan study found that that while 94% of nonprofit hospitals had a policy for uninsured, only 42% notified patients of these options before attempting to collect a medical debt. – Consumerist