Why established nonprofits could hold the key to scaling social innovation.
How collaborative classroom evaluation is producing measures teachers can trust.
Don’t let evaluation distort your mission.
Five ways the social sector can better protect and support vulnerable children.
Charities and funders need support and guidance to make sure that information collected does not go to waste.
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By introducing a learning agenda, funders can encourage innovation, drive philanthropic dollars to the best programs, and become better partners to grantees.
A look at barriers global NGOs face in reporting the right measures of effectiveness—and how funders and grantees can begin to overcome them.
Takeaways from a discussion on the promises and perils of innovation in the social sector.
Blackstone’s Amy Stursberg explains how the Blackstone Charitable Foundation has focused on job creation and created a platform for near- and long-term impact.
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