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SSIR Now! Jun 22, 2017
By Kathy O. Brozek

The Wooden Floor is licensing its successful model of using arts education to break the cycle of poverty. Read More

By Jean Case

A call for investors to share their data to expand the field’s understanding of the breadth and depth of activity. Read More

By Jason Lee

Three considerations for nonprofits looking to work together to raise funds. Part of the Advancing the Art of Collaboration series. Read More

By Adefunke Ekine

Providing teachers with gender sensitivity training is a first step toward addressing gender inequality in STEM. But it’s not the last. Part of the Preparing Today’s Youth for Tomorrow’s World series. Read More

By Dan Vexler

Everyone is talking about systems. Or at least, that's how it seems in my wonkish corner of the philanthropic world. You can't attend a conference or even have a meeting without hearing about systems, whether it's people trying to disrupt them, map them, learn from them, or catalyze them. Read More

By Joe McCannon, Becky Margiotta, and Abigail Zier Alyesh

Eight ways to grow an unstoppable movement. Read More

Authors Josh Sullivan and Angela Zutavern explore how companies in industries such as pharmaceuticals are starting to learn that by giving more data away, they actually get more back. Find more book excerpts and reviews here. Read More

Register by August 4 to save with the Early Bird rate! "Leading Social Change in Turbulent Times" will take place September 12-13 at Stanford University.  Read More

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