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Homelessness in the classroom

Ashely Danielson grew up homeless. Now, she's attending community college and hopes to be a teacher.

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Ready for Kindergarten

Pre-K is high-quality education, not just a place to put your kids. Teaching pre-K is hard work--these are the people who are molding and shaping your kid, and everything they do matters. Because of our quality pre-K experience, I feel confident that we're ready for Kindergarten.

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Back to School for the New Majority in Higher Ed

By 2025, our workforce will be short as many as 11 million credentialed workers unless we significantly increase the number of students getting to and through college. And that means that we must do a better job of serving the new majority of students--including those students who have children or are balancing a part- or full-time job. These students bring high but often fragile aspirations to colleges and universities that too often are not equipped to meet their needs.

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It starts with a day

We need to put our dollars and support towards solutions that we know will end homelessness.

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Mastering Results Framework for FSP investments: A webinar

Investing in the social sector requires a deep understanding of why a specific investment will contribute to change the world for the better.

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