2023

CharterFolk Contributor Alan Gottlieb – School Choice and the Montana Paradox

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Alan Gottlieb, a Colorado-based writer, editor, journalist, communications consultant, and nonprofit entrepreneur who owns Write.Edit.Think. I provide Alan’s brief bio below. Alan Gottlieb is a Colorado-based writer, editor, journalist, communications consultant, and nonprofit entrepreneur who owns Write.Edit.Think, LLC. He founded EdNews Colorado,

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A Million Steps Later, the Journey Continues

A million steps later, the journey continues. The path began at the famous bridge in St. Jean. 33 days of walking, and 4 days of rest later, we arrived in Santiago. We ascended the heights of the windy Pyrenees, leaving keepsakes of dear ones at the foot of the Virgén de Biakorri… … as untold

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WonkyFolk Vol 10 – The Death of Public School…Sounds Serious!

Greetings, CharterFolk! This is the second WonkyFolk where Andy is talking while Jed is walking the Camino Trail with his wife, Amy. Andy and Cara Fitzpatrick, an editor at Chalkbeat and a Pulitzer Prize winner for Local Reporting in 2016 for a series about school segregation, talk school choice history and school choice today. Their

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CharterFolk Contributor Alex Johnston – Does Fundraising Feel Like the Biggest Drag On Your Joy and Your Impact as a Social Entrepreneur? Are You Ready to Try Something Different?

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Alex Johnston, the president and founder of Building Impact Partners.  I provide Alex’s bio below. Alex Johnston is the president and founder of Building Impact Partners, a philanthropy advising practice that has helped its clients give away over $1 billion since its

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