Can the Carnegie Corporation Help Reinvent NYC's High Schools?

Carnegie isn't interested in helping New York's high schools merely survive the Common Core. It wants to seize on this coming tsunami to make big changes on how high schools work and help these schools truly thrive. That's an ambitious agenda, but then Carnegie has some deep pockets.
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Hey, Here are the Surprising Funders of Education Tech Nonprofit inBloom

Oh, wait. You already know them pretty well. In fact, they’re probably the least surprising funders you could possibly imagine for an education technology nonprofit. Pretend that the unintentionally deceptive headline above says "completely unsurprising," and that it mentions inBloom’s pretty big court victory yesterday.
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Meet the Winners of the Carnegie Corporation's “I Love My Librarian” Award

To honor the librarians who take their jobs beyond the circulation desk, the Carnegie Corporation of New York presented ten librarians with a $5,000 cash award, a plaque, and a $500 travel stipend to attend an awards reception in New York City.
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