• The education sector will be affected by more than just the head of the D.O.E during this upcoming presidency. – The Atlantic
  • The future of public education for students with disabilities is now sitting in the hands of the Supreme Court. – Los Angeles Times
  • Women in the United States expect to make 11% more than what they actually make compared to men post-graduation. – Forbes
  • Predatory publishers are victimizing researchers and the scientific community by publishing papers in fake journals in return for a large sum of money. – The New York Times
  • With a greater emergence of online education, 2017 will be the year to expect a rise in nontraditional credentials and certifications. – US News and World Report


  • Investing in training and development when working in the social sector will give organizations the edge they need to be successful. – Forbes
  • The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rule’s wavering uncertainty will disrupt staffing structure in 2017. – The Nonprofit Times
  • In light of the election, Hollywood is speaking out on the rights of free press resulting in an influx of donations to these organizations. – Nonprofit Quarterly
  • In lieu of a wedding celebration, couples are spending their money to give back to their communities and help those in need. – The New York Times
  • President-elect Trump’s intention to dissolve The Trump Foundation is now being halted by an investigation into the charity’s transactions. – The Nonprofit Times