Giving Tuesday: How Education Philanthropies Are Supporting Learners And Workers

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As the reality of the pandemic took hold in communities across the nation, philanthropies investing at the intersection of education and economic mobility acted with speed and intentionality to ensure the continuity of critical services and programs, but to also set the stage for systemic reform. ▶ Full story on forbes.com
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