In an editorial in the Washington Post on July 5, 2017 entitled, “Listen Up, Millennials. There’s Sequence to Success,” George Will wrote, “Of the several causes of descent, there and elsewhere, into the intergenerational transmission of poverty, one was paramount: family disintegration. Some causes of this remain unclear, but something […]

Social Capital Valuations – Ahead of the Curve

On February 7th, the Council on Foundations published Meg Long’s blog, describing five heartening evaluation and philanthropic learning trends to watch in 2017, including: Integrating Evaluation into Strategy Driving social sector R&D Expanding the practice of culturally responsive evaluation (CRE) Sharpening our role as communicators and storytellers Strengthening our value […]