The Mechanics of Grant-Making

&nbsp; of Grant-Making By Rebecca Cherin, Managing Director of Programs I haven’t always been a grant-maker… Before Tipping Point, I had a career in direct service, helping young people achieve their high school diplomas or GEDs, and pursue their vocational or career aspirations. When I went back to grad school, I realized that I had always &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/news/the-mechanics-of-grant-making">Continued</a>

The Language of Impact: Five Terms You Need to Know

&nbsp; Five Terms You Should Know Last month, our resident metrics gurus Andrew Niklaus + Nick Arevalo took their turn in The Hot Seat, a regular staff gathering designed to excavate and share knowledge across the team. We talked about how Tipping Point defines impact, and how our support for grantees is rooted in our growing &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/news/the-language-of-impact-five-terms-you-need-to-know">Continued</a>

Pre-K: Reframing the Challenge

Exploring a Dual Generation Approach to Pre-K At T Lab, we began with a broad design challenge: how might we extend the benefits of the early childhood education (ECE) experience to all low-income children? And how might we examine this challenge specifically within the context of a dual-generation approach. Our first step was to understand exactly &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/news/pre-k-reframing-the-challenge">Continued</a>