In the wake of the admissions scandal at the University of Texas-Austin, we think school administrators and Texas state legislators could use a refresher course on the roles and responsibilities of board members.
The Grand Bargain may have saved the collection of the Detroit Institute of Art and helped the city deal with the pension obstacle in emerging from bankruptcy, but Detroit’s problems are hardly over. Example no. 1: the Detroit Public Schools.
Wikileaks and the New York Times collaborate on an unusual project—revealing hitherto secret details of the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact.
Helene Gayle is leaving CARE to head a new nonprofit management consulting entity being established and capitalized by McKinsey, the for-profit global management consulting firm.
Women as bylined op-ed or commentary writers in mainstream media are in short supply compared to their male counterparts on most topics, particularly the economy, global politics, national politics, education, health, and the environment. What is the balance between men and women as bylined commentators on nonprofits and foundations?
A different nonprofit approach to proposed state budget cuts: the Donors Forum in Illinois tells legislators about the quantitative social return on investment that the state gets from funding the nonprofit sector.