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Now, Don’t Be Spooked!
The quantum revolution rolls on, and philanthropy is falling behind
Addressing Obstacles to Family Engagement
The importance of well-designed family, school, and community engagement (FSCE) in supporting children’s learning from cradle to career is well documented by a growing body of research. Beyond the research, it is reasonable, and some would say commonsensical, to ...
How Greater Continuity Can Help the Millions of Students Rotating Through Social Services
Bellwether Education Partners launched partnerships with agencies at different levels of government to help them develop plans to create a more integrated set of services for the young people they serve.
Facing the Nuclear Truth
A new program aims to hack America’s culture of apathy toward nukes
Why Education Improvement Strategies Always Disappoint
Fragmentation in education is hurting students, but we can fix it, writes LaVerne Srinivasan of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development Offers Path Forward
The Aspen Institute released the findings of its National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (SEAD) today with recommendations on translating knowledge about how people learn into practice, and helping students develop skills such as collaboration, empathy, and perseverance ...
Tech Is Not the Enemy
With proper safeguards in place, technology can improve the voting experience — expanding accessibility, boosting turnout, and bolstering democracy
Reassessing U.S.-China Relations
Competition, Confrontation, or Collision Course? A new report peers into the future of the world’s most consequential bilateral relationship
Wealth Manager Maria Elena Lagomasino and Private Equity Leader Kevin Conway to Join Carnegie Corporation of New York Board of Trustees
Wealth Manager Maria Elena Lagomasino and Private Equity Leader Kevin Conway to Join Carnegie Corporation of New York Board of Trustees Two distinguished investment leaders have been named to Carnegi...
Carnegie Corporation of New York Board Approves 31 Grants Totaling $19,725,000
At its quarterly meeting held in New York City on March 7, 2019, Carnegie Corporation of New York's board of trustees approved 31 grants totaling $19,725,000. Brief descriptions of each board-approved grant are provided below.
He’s Given Us the Roadmap to Avoid Disaster
Economist William Nordhaus’s theories, if adopted, could slow the carbon emissions that are accelerating climate change
David A. Hamburg, 1925–2019
David A. Hamburg, campaigner for international peace, champion of educational excellence, dies at 93
July Fourth Tribute Honors 38 Distinguished Immigrants
Philanthropic foundation established by Scottish immigrant Andrew Carnegie invites Americans to join in tribute to naturalized citizens
Carnegie & China: Some Background
Beginning in the mid-2000s, the Corporation began to focus on China — today, the U.S.’s primary “peer competitor” — in earnest
Book Review: Northern Ireland’s Ghosts, Living in Plain Sight
A journalist lays bare the enduring, inescapable legacy of the Troubles in a land where memory, tragedy, violence, and family are inextricably intertwined
Digitized Past and Born-Again Future
New website provides an exciting portal into Carnegie Corporation of New York’s philanthropy from the 1870s to the 21st century
Laurie Mincieli: Tufts EPIIC — Taking Student Research Far Beyond the Classroom
Undergrads Host High-Level Conference On Foreign Relations
Geri P. Mannion: Smart New Ways to Improve Elections
Geri P. Mannion: Smart New Ways to Improve Elections The non-partisan Presidential Commission on Election Administration was established by Executive Order on March 28, 2013 to identify best practice...
Carl Robichaud: Silence and a Patch of Green at the Soviet Union's Ground Zero
Carl Robichaud, Program Officer in International Peace and Security, is traveling with a group of journalists as part of the International Reporting Project's trip to Kazakhstan, getting a firsthand look at energy, environment, human rights and nuclear issues there ...
Celebrating World Book Day
Celebrating World Book Day In celebration of World Book Day we look back over Carnegie Corporation of New York's 100-year history of supporting some of the world's foremost scholarly research, which ...
Pathways to an Elite Education
Pathways to an Elite Education A highly publicized report on the admissions process at New York City's elite public high schools offers new findings on why black, Latino, and low-income students are ...
Throw Back Thursday: Universities in Africa
Throw Back Thursday: Universities in Africa Carnegie Corporation has a long tradition of supporting universities in Africa, starting with the first official trip to the continent in 1927 by Frederick...
Key Facts: National Foundation for American Policy Study Cited in Wall Street Journal
Key Facts: National Foundation for American Policy Study Cited in Wall Street Journal A Wall Street Journal article cited a study recently published by the National Foundation for American Policy tha...
Ten librarians from across the nation receive prestigious public service honor
Carnegie Corporation of New York, The New York Times and the American Library Association announce I Love My Librarian Award recipients
Carnegie Corporation of New York's Board Approves 55 Grants Totaling $52,323,500
At its quarterly meeting held in New York City on September 12, 2013, Carnegie Corporation of New York's Board of Trustees approved 55 grants totaling $52,323,500.
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