The Manhattan Institute invites you to celebrate civil society leaders by nominating them for the Civil Society Awards.
Karl Zinsmeister’s recent Wall Street Journal article about the “war on philanthropy” has ruffled feathers—and stirred up some sloppy thinking.
Bill Gates is confident that focusing donor resources on researching and innovating medical advances for Third World country is the best way to fight poverty and disease.
Join us in taking a look back at our best articles from 2019.
A new online app in DC levels the playing field for students choosing between public and charter schools.
A new study raises questions about the value of thank-you calls for nonprofits. The study, however, has several outstanding questions.
Fidelity Charitable and Schwab Charitable Fund recently announced that they are no longer approving grants to the NRA. Are DAFs finally putting politics before donor intent?
How we understand a problem affects how we try to remedy it. Is our understanding of the working poor accurate?
Success Academy charter schools attempt to combine the best of traditional and progressive educational methods in order to provide inner-city New Yorkers the best education available.
Charter schools are funded by public and private dollars, raising the question as to how much government control they should be under. The first in a two-part series.