What We Read in September 2019

October 4, 2019 | News

Nearly every day, Rosov Consulting team members share articles and blogs of interest on one of our many Slack channels, #RosovReads. We find some of these articles to be so insightful, informative, or even surprising that we want to share them more broadly to help our colleagues and partners. Enjoy some of September’s #RosovReads.

The Unequal Cost of Jewish Education in Canada
The Canadian Jewish News covers how local communities are helping to defray the cost of a Jewish Day School education.

What Statistics Can and Can’t Tell Us About Ourselves
Hannah Fry of University College London’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis writes in The New Yorker that even in the era of Big Data, human behavior is anything but predictable.

Filling the Gaps in Collective Impact
Stanford Social Innovation Review highlights nine components communities must bear in mind in order to implement collective impact in a nuanced, rigorous way.

Five CEOs of Wealthy Foundations Pledge to Do More to Help Charities Pay Overhead
The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that five of America’s wealthiest foundations have joined forces to do more to help grantees pay for rent, decent wages, technology, and other overhead.