Eight lessons from Massachusetts leaders on a study tour of mobility innovations in Seattle.
Five questions for a world-class city to create a great public realm.
Foundation issues request for proposals for a second cohort of teams to design schools focused on connecting students off track to graduate to success in high school and beyond.
Getting to know Kate Dobin who leads Barr’s Boston K-12 strategy for Education.
This article was originally published in the Viewpoint section of the Boston Business Journal on September 27, 2017.
For two weeks, Silver Line riders boarded the bus through three doors instead of one. Here’s how it changed the commuting experience.
Barr’s co-founder and chair discusses expanding the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
Grants to develop innovative high school models, revitalize regional arts districts, and strengthen community engagement in clean energy.
Connecting more students to success by blurring the lines between school, college, career, and community.
Business, government, and cultural leaders champion findings of new reports detailing how much “Arts Means Business” in New England.