The United Way of the Greater Triangle in North Carolina is offering a $50,000 grant to the person or organization with the best idea for reducing childhood hunger.
A nursing home worker is fired after “venting” on Facebook that he would like not only to neglect, but abuse patients. Is that grounds for termination?
This story not only addresses the danger that can be posed by a large grant that’s not fully vetted, but it also puts forward a process used by NeighborWorks America to prevent that harm.
“Disappointing” Education Reform Mega-grants We Have Known: Add another $100 Million to the $2 Billion
On the occasion of the failure of the very well funded (by Gates and Carnegie) and the very unpopular (with parents) inBloom, we’d like to take a short jaunt down Memory Lane.
A recent Gallup poll in conjunction with Inside Higher Ed reveals that presidents of private colleges and universities express more satisfaction with their boards than those at public institutions. Why is that?
Eat Greater Des Moines hosted its first speed dating event this week, but those looking to be hooked up were food growers and chefs.