We talked about homelessness, education, and transportation at One Degree in February. Check out what we were reading and sharing!
One Degree featured at Super Bowl 50 last month:
Lost amid legitimate grievances is a select group of nonprofits uniquely positioned to gain from the big game.
SF’s got a problem tracking spending on homeless:
My old boss, Suzanne McKechnie Klahr, talks about BUILD and highlights Herbert, One Degree’s ops & dev associate:
Big changes are coming to Mission District transit (and hopefully for the better!):
Including forced right turns, prohibited lefts, transit only lanes, the removal of bus stops, and the ditching of a lane of traffic.
There’s something happening in the Tenderloin (Tenderloin Health Improvement Project):
There are people who support the tech sector who feel like ‘second-class citizens’
Despite the tech boom, cafeteria staff, security workers and bus drivers have told US labor secretary Thomas Perez they feel like ‘second-class citizens’
It’s startling to see that the majority of U.S. public school students are in poverty, and highlights the need for a comprehensive set of services for youth:
The explosion in the number of needy children in classrooms has profound implications for the nation.
Harvard selected Oakland for a new multi-year initiative aimed at developing comprehensive child well-being and education systems that help eliminate the link between children’s socioeconomic status and achievement.