School Discipline Reform and the Role of Atlantic Philanthropies
Atlantic Philanthropies’ work in the area of school discipline reform is a particularly striking example of how limited-life philanthropy can play a key role in social movements for children and youth.
Who’s Funding Philanthropy for Boys and Men of Color (and What About Women and Girls?)
It was just last November when the Obama Administration released a report highlighting the need for more investment in support for girls and women of color. At the same time, the White House was responding to criticism that there was no corresponding effort for women to “My Brother’s Keeper,” the Obama initiative for boys and men of color.
Atlantic Philanthropies, Grants 2012
Atlantic Philanthropies New York, NY www.atlanticphilanthropies.org 212-916-7300 2012 Grant Recipients Georgetown University, Washington DC, $600,000 to provide technical assistance to the state-based KidsWell collaboratives to work with federal and state administrators in developing policy to protect and expand children’s health insurance coverage.