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New from Equal Measure
Cultivating Systems Leadership in Cross-sector Partnerships: Lessons from the Linked Learning Regional Hubs of Excellence
In a new Issue Brief, developed in partnership with Harder+Company, on the Irvine Foundation’s Linked Learning Regional Hubs of Excellence, we to discuss the role of leadership in complex systems change strategies, particularly those focused on producing equitable impacts in college and career readiness.
From the Field
New Q-Interview with Jobs for the Future's Marty Alvarado and Joel Vargas
In a new Q-Interview, Jobs for the Future’s Marty Alvarado and Joel Vargas discuss the development of systems leadership in The James Irvine Foundation’s Linked Learning Regional Hubs of Excellence initiative.
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