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Participating in the arts helps young people to thrive in all aspects of their life.
In Senegal, these women are gathered at a Marie Stopes mobile clinic. Mobile clinics supply thousands of women with essential reproductive health services otherwise unavailable.
Installing solar panels on buildings in low-income urban areas not only generates clean energy it also saves the community money and creates new jobs.
These high schoolers are working on a robotics project – an example of how students in deeper learning schools collaborate on projects relevant to their interests, which prepares them to be life-long problem solvers.
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Hewlett Foundation Announces $45 Million in Grants to MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley to Establish Major New Academic Centers for Cybersecurity Policy Research
Eli Sugarman to Join Hewlett Foundation as Program Officer for the Cyber Initiative