Emerson College President Lee Pelton and energy expert Sue Tierney to join board of the $1.7 billion private foundation.
Grants to advance new school models, leverage arts to activate a downtown, and deepen grassroots support for clean energy.
A recap and recording of a recent webinar featuring successful high schools intentionally designed around positive youth development theory.
New arts and cultural center preserves links to a community’s culturally rich past, and brings hope of an enduring place in its future.
Recent remarks from Barr’s president reaffirming the Foundation’s commitment to advance ambitious goals, in partnership with others continuing to lead.
Learning-focused school visits aim to generate interest and capacity in the Commonwealth to create excellent high school models.
Barr contributes $1.965 million for planning, development, and build-out of new arts-related collaborative workspaces across Massachusetts.
Reverend Mariama White-Hammond, a Class of 2009 Barr Fellow, shares three lessons and a new video documenting a novel collaboration of three churches committed to action on climate change and equity.
Michael Kodransky of ITDP reveals ideas for innovative bus stations in Boston and calls on the public to vote for their favorite design.
Gateway to College National Network president outlines a funding opportunity for new partnerships between New England colleges and K–12 school districts.