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Conversations with Remarkable Givers

Publication date: 
04/2014
GiveSmart.org’s Conversations with Remarkable Givers is a free video series of frank and candid conversations with more than 60 philanthropists (including Charles Bronfman, The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation’s Nancy Roob, the Ford Foundation’s Darren Walker, The New York Community Trust’s Lorie Slutsky, the NoVo Foundation’s Jennifer and Peter Buffett, and Pete Peterson) providing access to their strategic thinking, insights and wisdom.

Critical Conversations About School Leadership

Publication date: 
09/2013
This series of videos and resources captures the conversations educational leaders in Denver, New York City and Prince George’s County, Maryland conducted to share their innovative practices for developing and supporting effective school leaders as part of The Wallace Foundation’s Principal Pipeline Initiative.
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Critical Conversations: A School Leadership Initiative

Publication date: 
11/2012
This event, held at the High School of Art and Design, hosted by WNET and sponsored by The Wallace Foundation, highlighted New York City's effort to develop a "principal pipeline," or sufficient number of highly effective school principals to meet the needs of the city's schools and students. The conversation focused on components of The Wallace Foundation's $75 million principal pipeline initiative, was moderated by Beth Fertig, education reporter and Editor for WNYC Radio and www.schoolbook.org , and its panelists included Dennis M. Walcott, Chancellor of the New York City Department of...
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The 2012 Election with MSNBC's Chris Hayes: Power Tools to Build a Better Democracy

Publication date: 
09/2012
The program focused on philanthropy’s role in enabling all U.S. citizens to engage more deeply in the information they need to participate in democracy. Chris Hayes, News Host at MSNBC, lead a dynamic discussion focusing on how foundations can support the creation of tools and knowledge that can strengthen the ability of citizens to perform their civic duties and the role philanthropy can play in creating the capacity for a more responsive political system.
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