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The New York Times examines the decision some districts face when they must choose between offering full-day kindergarten or full-day pre-K and how kids are impacted.
With limited funding, should districts prioritize full-day kindergarten or full-day #preK? http://t.co/m3ANLkS7KI #ece
— Grade-Level Reading (@readingby3rd) March 7, 2014
As Millennials come of age, understanding who they are, what they care about, and and their unique perspective is crucial to build a sustainable pipeline of donors. Pew Research provides a great guide for you to get to know Millennials.
Great interview @Morning_Joe, new must-read book Paul Taylor for anyone trying to reach #millennials @PewResearch http://t.co/O4GncBPGla
— SageGallagher (@SageGallagher) March 7, 2014
Looking for inspiration? The Atlantic Cities features how a six-year-old child decided to create positive change.
If a 6-Year-Old Can Help His City, Why Can’t You? – Sarah Goodyear – The Atlantic Cities http://t.co/ufCPJ9xMR6
— Shawn Dove (@DoveSoars) March 7, 2014
Meet one of Philadelphia’s young leaders who helps change our community solves difficult issues.
The more comfortable people are talking about tough topics the better we can address systemic issues that divide us http://t.co/5dXs2cdO5u
— PennSP2 (@PennSP2) March 7, 2014<a href=”https://twitter.com/PennSP2/statuses/442008279233753088″>March 7, 2014</a></blockquote>