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Fundraising for Sustainable Digital Equity Programs (Net Inclusion 2023)
The conversation at Net Inclusion 2023, with over 100 digital equity stakeholders from across the country, highlighted the need for sustainability-focused organizations to develop strong and diverse partnerships, understand and plan for the reporting requirements of different funding sources, and prioritize internal capacity building when pursuing large grants.
How California Is Investing in the Education of Parenting Students
By investing in parenting students, we can help to create a more equitable and just society where everyone has the opportunity to succeed. Learn more from a discussion with the California State University Student Parent Network Advisory Committee.
Inaccurate CPUC Priority Area Maps Leave Vulnerable Angelenos Behind
The CPUC’s broadband funding priority areas maps, as currently drafted, fail to reflect the digital divide and the lived experiences of the communities most in need in Los Angeles County. As such, they risk denying Angelenos their fair share of this historic federal investment.
Meet the 2023 Textbook Affordability Fellows
Over the course of the year, the 2023 Textbook Affordability Fellows will build the movement in California higher education to break down barriers to access and equity in the classroom through expanding the use of OER.
110 Alumni in Four Years: How Impact Justice Will Invest in Their California Justice Leaders’ Continued Success
Through a Spark Grant, Impact Justice will bolster their California Justice Leaders Alumni Network program. Focusing on four areas–skill-building, networking, connection opportunities, and a deeper dive into topics that interest alumni–Impact Justice will offer professional development opportunities to the 110 alums and counting.
How A New Way of Life Reentry Project Will Transform the Lives of Justice-Impacted Women Across the Nation
A New Way of Life Reentry Project has identified an opportunity to serve not only all formerly incarcerated throughout the state of California, but also across the nation, by offering their curriculum online via a Michelson Spark Grant.