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July 22, 2010

Social Innovation Fund Grantees Announced

The Corporation for National and Community Service today announced that 11 organizations have been selected to receive $50 million in Social Innovation Fund (SIF) grants. SIF is intended to support innovative solutions to social problems and leverage private investment, by investing federal funds in...

July 21, 2010

Everybody Loves i3?

Alyson Klein's got an interesting post up asking why approps Committee Chairman Obey's edujobs bill targeted RTT, TIF and charter schools programs for grants, but not i3--an ARRA-funded Obama initiative that would seem like a shoe-in for inclusion to the list. The always-smart Charlie Barone offers ...

July 14, 2010

Markups to Watch this Week on the Hill--UPDATED

Today, the House Education and Labor Committee is marking up the Improving Nutrition for America's Children Act, which reauthorizes funding for the federal school lunch program, as well as WIC and the child and adult care food program. Funded at about $12 billion in the current year, the federal s...

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