This second report identifies several potential strategies for funders concerned about health disparities, HIV/AIDS, and LGBTQ communities to increase access to insurance coverage for LGBTQ people
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NCEE has released a new report on the implementation and impacts of Pay-for-Performance after two years for the 2010 Teacher Incentive Fund grants which provide support for performance-based compensation systems for teachers and principals in high-need schools.
The report's findings are based on previously undisclosed documents obtained under public records requests from the Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Department of Education.
This whitepaper examines the latest data to identify trends in social justice philanthropy among family foundations.
This report by NYSHealth highlights the lessons learned through the Enrollment Network's outreach and education efforts over the last two years.
Report about Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), originally developed as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), are growing—and serve both public and private sector payers. They have the potential to improve health care quality and patient outcomes while achieving cost savings. However, they may also present risks—including those related to solvency, consumer protection, and anti-competitive pricing—to providers, patients, and payers.
Only 30 percent of C-suite roles in the nonprofit sector were filled by internal promotion in the past two years—about half the rate of for-profits. Even more concerning, this low promotion rate did not vary by the size of the organization: larger organizations, which should have more opportunities to promote internal talent, are not doing so.
The Center for Effective Philanthropy produced this report on Benchmarking Foundation Governance, with support from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.
This study, published in Health Education & Behavior, takes baseline data from the Food, Health & Choices project, with 5th graders in 20 New York City public schools, and determined that obesity rates, eating behaviors and theory-based psychosocial determinants were more similar within schools than across different schools, even for schools in similar neighborhoods.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer found more than one in ten New York City residents lack health insurance.
This brief illustrates how various Statewide Afterschool Networks (SANs) are pushing for increased investment in afterschool programs, resources, and policies, and how their work can often make the difference in building and sustaining high-quality programs in communities that need them the most.
One-quarter of privately insured working-age adults have high health care cost burdens relative to their incomes in 2015, according to the Commonwealth Fund Health Care Affordability Index
Making the decision to expand your organization’s reach into new geographical markets is neither easy nor simple. There are a number of things to consider including the legal issues surrounding the various kinds of expansion models.
The Nonprofit Research Collaborative, which includes Partnership for Philanthropic Planning as a partner organization, has released its “Special Report on Nonprofit Fundraising Campaigns.” More than 1,000 organizations responded to a mid-year survey.
The Building a Grad Nation Data Brief highlights state high school graduation rate trends, with a focus on the graduation rates for key groups of students.
The Affordable Care Act and the U.S. Economy: A Five Year Perspective details the impact of the ACA on the U.S. economy.
View materials and recording of the program "Put Your Foundation on the Impact Investing Map."
View materials and recording of the program "National Leadership as Diverse as the U.S. - Philanthropy Can Make It Happen."
A new Foundation Core Capacity Assessment Tool (FCCAT), an online, statistically validated assessment measure was developed by TCC Group to help foundations make sense of their institutional capacity strengths and challenges.
“Differentiated instruction”—the process of identifying students’ individual learning strengths, needs, and interests and adapting lessons to match them—has become a popular approach to helping diverse students learn together.