How can organizations increase college readiness, access, and persistence?
How can philanthropies build applicants’ skills and strengthen the quality of their proposals?
How can cross-sector partnerships improve educational outcomes?
How can diverse partnerships build career pathways in their communities?
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News Blog: A Strategic Evolution at Equal Measure
Informed by insights from our current and former clients, peers in the social sector, Wellspring Consulting, and our team, Equal Measure has embarked on a refinement of our strategic direction – what we call a “journey of strategy, learning, and impact.”
From the Field
How well does philanthropy account for risk in the projects that it funds?
Foundations and nonprofits both have experience to share on this important topic. Open Road Alliance and Harder+Company Community Research are fielding an online survey about risk and contingency funding, and they need our help. Please take a few minutes today to share your experience – https://goo.gl/4cST7a for foundations or https://goo.gl/goGwGv for nonprofits.
- In Multnomah County, leaders, school districts and organizations are improving outcomes and changing systems… https://t.co/K9sV3gu40v
- “Indian Tribes Take Opioid Companies to Court” https://t.co/uQvSsfyxQ0 by @stribrooks, via @GOVERNING
- In this interview, Equal Measure's Bilal Taylor shares his experiences in education and evaluation… https://t.co/bLidsTMdvm
- “Community college to set up job training center on wheels” https://t.co/vBnupRPQHN via @chicagotribune, #workforcedevelopment