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Education News Update - February 15, 2018

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02/15/2018

Education Bill Announced at Press Conference
The bill proposes merging three departments into one and severely limit the responsibilities of the State Board of Education and current Superintendent.

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Health News Update - February 5, 2018

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02/05/2018

Social determinants of health (SDOH), such as food insecurity and housing instability, can determine health outcomes, but the healthcare industry isn't effectively collecting SDOH data or addressing social needs that can affect a person’s health, according to a new report by the National Quality Forum.

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How will the new tax law impact the nonprofit sector?

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01/22/2018

As the dust settles and we plan our work for 2018, many in the nonprofit sector – funders and grantees alike – are wondering just what the recently-passed tax reform bill will mean for them. It’s a mixed bag of impacts, both potential and certain. Here’s what we know and what we don’t know but anticipate.

Health News Update - January 2, 2018

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01/02/2018

A new national study estimates that thousands of deaths per year are caused by air pollution, underscoring the connection between physical environment and health. The effect was greater for low-income people, African-Americans, women and those over 70.

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Implications of tax reform bill

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12/20/2017

As the dust settles on the tax reform bill, I wanted to point out key provisions that will likely impact community foundations and other public charity grantmakers and suggest that you consider amplifying your end-of-year appeals in the face of anticipated losses next year.

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Education News Update - December 5, 2017

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12/05/2017

School Board Talks Graduation, How Test Retakes Affect State Report Cards
The State Board of Education discussed an element of the Every Student Succeeds Act plan that creates a new report card indicator for students who retake high school exams.

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Health News Update 12/5/2017

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12/05/2017

Health plans, medical practices and some Medicaid programs are increasingly offering financial incentives to motivate Medicaid patients to engage in more preventive care and make healthier lifestyle choices.

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