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There are lots of worthy nonprofits out there who need financial support, so how can you pick just one? Today, we're here to help you learn how to choose the right charity for donating.

Volunteering with elderly neighbors is an excellent way to get involved, support your community and find fulfillment. Check out these five benefits of volunteering with senior citizens.

Through local and state dollars, Quality Start Los Angeles has enhanced over 800 early education sites across LA County and continues to expand its impact!

If you want to celebrate this Independence Day with an altruistic twist, check out some of these ideas for how you can give back to your community near and far.

When things are busy, wellness often takes a backseat to other priorities. Luckily, today we thought of a couple ways to bring it back to the forefront of your life.

If you’re looking for a way to get in shape and get involved in the community, we’ve got you covered. Here are five reasons to run for a charity this summer.

This week: CA legislature approves FY18 budget, with increased funding for K-12 schools, DeVos criticizes charter advocates who don't support other "school choice" options & Netflix CEO commits to long-term campaign to increase charter enrollments

How can we celebrate this day while remembering those among us in different situations? Today we’re going to talk about how to give Dad the gift of altruism this Father’s Day.

This week: ongoing efforts to extend the length of time it takes to get teacher tenure in CA, what schools can do to prevent youth suicide & strategies to reduce superintendent turnover

While every individual is unique and has their own preferences, there are some general guidelines to follow when interacting comfortably and respectfully with people with disabilities.

In this edition of "This Week in California Education,” Executive Director Louis Freedberg, and Editor-at-Large John Fensterwald bring you a special podcast from the Education Writers Association national seminar in Washington D.C. this week. They sought out national education leaders to get their perspectives on how California is doing on its education reforms, and its new "California School Dashboard" that ranks schools on multiple measures, not just test scores.

This Memorial Day, we remember and honor the men and women who have served our country’s armed forces—specifically those who have given the ultimate sacrifice.

This week Louis and John focus on money matters — Gov. Brown's sending $1B to 2 years, what President Trump's budget means for California and Congress restores Pell grants for summer school. Plus predictions for next week!

No matter what your job is, it’s an chance to connect and come together. If you want to use your work for others, check out four ways you can give back at work.

A closer look at the charter school wars in Los Angeles, in light of the run-off elections on Tuesday for the two remaining undecided seats on the Los Angeles Unified Board of Education.

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