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Doing the Math: At Cce'S Annual Spring Dinner, 30 Years Equals 1 Million Dollars

When does 30 equal a million? When it's the Spring Dance marking the Center for Creative Education's 30th anniversary, the Palm Beach Post reports. The dinner dance took place March 4 at Club...more

Fitchburg State Offering New Creative Degrees

Massachusetts' Fitchburg State University is adding two new majors this fallone in creative arts therapies and one in creative arts enterprisemaking it the first public institution in the state to...more

Academic Awards Presented at Cape Hatteras Secondary

North Carolina's Cape Hatteras Secondary School has named its top students for the 2023-24 school term. Here are the top 10, per the Daily News: Zion Aiken: Math Iadette Harris: English IZander...more

Victim Services in St. Mary'S Boosted by State Grant

Jaymi Sterling has been the state's attorney in Mary's County, Md., since 2015, and in that time, she's secured more than $1.4 million in grants to improve services for crime victims. Now, a...more

Video Production Company Signal Sing Praises of Aberdeen School Kids

More than 3,000 kids in Aberdeen, Scotland, sang "Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen" in front of thousands of family and friends over the weekend as part of the city's annual "Big Sing" event, the BBC...more

Press Release: Ok Arts Council Grants and Programs Offered for Fiscal Year 2025

The Oklahoma Arts Council has released its annual list of grant requests, and it's a doozy. This year's list includes a call for artists to "bring the arts to other statewide organizations," as...more

Of Note: Puryear Law Group Changes Name

A Tennessee law firm has changed its name in order to better reflect its role in the financial services, real estate, construction, and insurance industries. Puryear Pippenger & Cook, founded in...more

Issues of the Environment: City of Ann Arbor Working to Protect Trees from Damaging Natural Gas Leaks

At least 31 trees in Ann Arbor, Mich., are being killed or damaged by natural gas leaks, according to a new report commissioned by the city. The report found that gas was damaging roots and the...more

Pratt Institute President Frances Bronet Elected Aicad Board Chair

Frances Bronet, president of New York's Pratt Institute, has been named chair of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, a group "dedicated to strengthening creative institutions,...more

Nbta Survey to Shed Light on Parties' Stance on Education Ahead of Election

The New Brunswick Teachers Association is asking teachers and voters in the Canadian province to take a survey ahead of the next provincial election in September, the CBC reports. "We've seen a...more






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The Social Investment Tax Relief


The proposed Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) has UK civil society and social organizations stirred up this season. The supposed tax relief on investment in social impact bonds will support the UK social economy.






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