CBPP’s President Bob Greenstein’s discussion of current federal tax and budget issues.
Philanthropy has an important role to play in addressing equity and racial disparities faced by marginalized communities. To achieve equity, we must make space for uncomfortable conversations knowing that discomfort is a catalyst for growth and a sign of progress.
2016 National Conference Plenary Luncheon: Equity as an Effectiveness Imperative
Rising Tide explored the people, the stories, the issues, and the programs that comprise the landscape of Cleveland's local LGBTQ community. Learn what's happening related to LGBTQ programming in youth, families, aging, health, employment, or social justice – from a wealth of local and national experts.
February's topic was disruptive innovations. When a product or service is designed for a new set of customers whose needs are being ignored, researchers call it a disruptive innovation. Think Wikipedia versus a traditional encyclopedia, email vs the postal service, iTunes vs a record store or cloud computing vs. floppy drives. It’s happening in education, in health care and in philanthropy. So what does this mean for us?
7 steps to make your infographic a success.
Ohio has been at the forefront of education policy reform and is one of several states that adopted English Language Arts and Math common core standards (along with the creating of new standards in other subjects, such as science and social studies.) Philanthropy Ohio education initiative project director Lisa Gray provided an overview of: Common Core myth vs. fact; what Ohio's new learning standards mean for schools/districts and families in communities; and how foundation leaders can support improved student achievement. (October 23, 2013)
Jeff Hurt gives some strategies for an effective presentation.
In a perfect world we wouldn’t have to plan for crises. However, as we all know too well, most crises—such as financial mismanagement, executive misconduct, sexual discrimination or government investigations—strike without warning. The difference between heading off disaster or watching your organization drown in bad media and messaging is having a solid crisis communication plan that is ready to go in a moment’s notice.
During the U.S. Chamber of Commerce event, Oh, the Places We'll Go: The Benefits of Investing in Early Childhood Education,The Governor presented a speech, "Weaving Early Childhood Education into the Fabric of the State." The event brought together business, policy, and community leaders to draw attention to early childhood education and the importance of building a strong foundation for lifelong academic success.