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On the demand side, surging populations have led to widespread food and water shortages, chronic lack of education and crushing poverty. Wars and violence continue to rage, while social exclusion and abuse undermine both developed and developing societies. Experts agree that climate change and environmental degradation must be tackled on a global scale. Just as needs are escalating, however, raising money and other resources has never been more difficult. Individual and corporate giving have stayed reasonably robust through the economic turbulence, but with government budgets over-stretched, a key source of funding for ...
“As recently as 2008, Locke High School here was one of the nation’s worst failing schools, and drew national attention for its hallway beatings, bathroom rapes and rooftop parties held by gangs. For every student who graduated, four others dropped out. Now, two years after a charter school group took over, gang violence is sharply down, fewer students are dropping out, and test scores have inched upward. Newly planted olive trees in Locke’s central plaza have helped transform the school’s concrete quadrangle into a place where students congregate and do homework. “It’s changed a lot,” ... Read More
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