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  • CAPITAL CULTURE: Obama emphasizes volunteerism


    WASHINGTON (AP) -- A retired teacher went back to a classroom in need. A barber is giving time to a child whose first years remind him of his own. A college graduate decided to help kids learn instead of helping investors on Wall Street. When Pres...

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  • Can Newspaper Muckraking Carry On in Nonprofits?


    NEW YORK (AP) -- Nonprofit groups that specialize in investigative reporting have had some big scoops, cracking the front page of such newspapers as The Washington Post and forcing officials out of their jobs. Now the question is whether these org...

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  • NC State University Takes in Local Philanthropy Journal


    In a bid to stay afloat during the downturn, The Philanthropy Journal has found a new patron: N.C. State University. The local online trade publication, which caters to nonprofit professionals, will announce today that it is now a program of N.C. ...

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  • Haiti Text Donations to Red Cross Pass $5M


    NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. cell phone users have contributed more than $5 million in $10 increments to the Red Cross for Haiti disaster relief, by far the largest outpouring of support via mobile devices in history. The response to the devastating eart...

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  • Washington Government Shares Plans for School Reform


    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- Gov. Chris Gregoire has a long list of education reforms she wants the Legislature to approve to set Washington up to compete for federal Race to the Top dollars, including a plan to put experienced teachers back on probatio...

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