What Should Keep U.S. Policymakers Awake at Night?

The Council on Foreign Relation’s 2015 Preventive Priorities Survey (PPS) has just been released by the Center for Preventive Action (CPA).  A new survey polling... Learn More

Initiative : Smithsonian National Museum and Zocalo Public Square ask the nation: “What does it mean to be American?”

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square are partnering to launch What It Means to Be American,  a... Learn More

Award: I Love My Librarian 2014 Award Winners

Congratulations to the ten librarians honored with this year’s Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award. Selected from a pool of more... Learn More



LaVerne Evans Srinivasan has been appointed Vice President of Education Programs at Carnegie Corporation of New York. A former Deputy Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education and an expert on urban education, she will oversee the foundation’s grantmaking in developing effective standards and assessments, improving teaching and human capital management, and advancing innovative new designs for schools and systems. Learn More

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Ambika Kapur and Rose Schapiro: Education on a Global Stage

October 24, 2014– While Carnegie Corporation of New York funds education programs across the United States, we often find ourselves looking globally for examples of how to serve students best. Many...
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Report Shows Legalization and Effective Labor Enforcement Would Be Good for the Economy

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Report Shows Legalization and Effective Labor Enforcement Would Be Good for the Economy

“Immigration reform, done right, would be good for immigrants, but it would also be good for all Americans,” says David Dyssegaard Kallick. A new report from Carnegie Corporation grantee, the Fiscal... Download | Read more