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The Quiet Revolution in D.C. Schools

Is it possible that Washington, D.C. is becoming a leading national laboratory for our collective efforts to reimagine public education for a changing world? Three years ago - when I spent the entire school year embedded in two area schools, and followed two parents as they ...

Nation’s graduation rate reaches 80%; D.C. lags behind

Earlier this week, Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced that the country has reached its highest graduation rate in history, with 80 percent of students receiving a diploma in 2012, the most recent year for which statistics are available. In the District of Columbia, where Companies for Causes ...

Corporate Social Responsibility and Pro Bono Work — It’s Not Just for Big Business | Huffington Post

On June 27, I joined representatives from the more than 200 pledge companies of the Billion + Change Campaign for a forum at the White House celebrating skills based volunteers. During the celebratory conversation, several CEOs and policy leaders shared exciting updates and information ...

Back Page Extra | Washington Business Journal

This week's edition of The Back Page Extra features a collection of photos from a Companies for Causes event with execs from Raffa PC, Geppetto Catering and TerpSys. View the Washington Business Journal's Back Page Extra from Dec. 16, 2011 here.