November 2021

Impact, Course Correction, Accepting Conflict, and the Responsibility that Has Been Handed to Us All – What We Can Learn from the Sunsetting of the Doris and Donald Fisher Fund

Good afternoon, CharterFolk. Coming off the Thanksgiving week, I wanted to share a column that, by rights, I should have completed months ago. And it is one that I should be up front about my conflicts. The Fisher Family has been very supportive of organizations that I have worked for, and I personally start from

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CharterFolk X Vol 2.7 – Mike Chalupa, Showing How Kids and Communities are Better Served When We Create Schools “By Design”

Good morning, CharterFolk. This week we are excited to recognize Michael Chalupa, Executive Director of City Neighbors Foundation in Baltimore, Maryland, as CharterFolk Extraordinaire. City Neighbors is the story of a group of people who have been driven by a belief that public schools carefully created by intentional designs and supported by entire communities have

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