This fourth question, specifically on charter schools in the application process,will be my last post for the week on education. Again, please feel free to comment or ask additional clarifying questions using the comment function below. You can also continue to send your questions | Read more >
As promised, I am posting more of your questions on the involvement of schools in the application processand my answers – please feel free to comment or ask additional clarifying questions using the comment function below. You can also continue to send your questions to Read more >
Boston public radio station, WBUR, explores Boston-based participants’ experiences at the Harlem Children’s Zone Practitioners Institute – and their thoughts on what it would take to create a similar neighborhood in Boston. A great listen!
In 30 years of working with poor children, I have never given up hope for my kids, despite the huge odds stacked up against them. But today I am more confident than ever that we as a nation are on the verge of a | Read more >
Check out our new How-To guide for the application process: How to Apply: The Promise Neighborhoods Grant-writing Guide.
This guide is designed to help applicant organizations and neighborhood coalitions navigate through the guidelines and application for the 2010 Promise | Read more >
Now this is exciting.
The Promise Neighborhoods movement is growing stronger and louder every day. It’s as though the PolicyLink motto of “Lifting Up What Works” has come to life! Community leaders across the country are embracing the Harlem Children’s Zone model and using those | Read more >